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The Right Way to Travel to the Bahamas in a Boat

09February2016
 
Travel to the Bahamas in a Boat

Sailing to the Bahamas/ Bimini is a major dream of any boat owner. Avid fishermen may spend weeks planning a glorious fishing expedition hoping to return with that legendary "catch." There are a few tips to learn the right way to travel to the Bahamas...

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The Bimini Big Game Club: 50 Miles to Paradise

02September2015
 
Bimini Marina

Fifty-three miles off the coast of Miami lies Bimini and the Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina. With a population of just over 2,000, it's a paradise just waiting to be experienced. It's known as Ernest Hemingway's favorite escape and some even go as...

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Getting to Know the Wahoo Fish

31July2015
 
Blog

Found worldwide in tropical and subtropical areas like the Bahamas, the wahoo is a prized game fish—and not just because of its fun name. This saltwater torpedo is known for its speed, tenacity, strength and excellent flavor. Closely related to another delicious fish, the mackerel,...

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What you need to know about the Bahamas Weather

17July2015
 
Bimini Big Game Club

People in Bimini and throughout the Bahamas often enjoy the benefits of tropical weather throughout the entire year. The coolest time of the year occurs between September and May, when the temperatures average between 70 and 75 degrees. During the remainder of the year, the...

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How to Have the Best Summer Vacation in 7 Steps

17July2015
 
Blog

Summer offers many reasons to celebrate. In addition to the warmer weather comes a variety of warm weather activities such as camping, swimming, and kayaking that can be done in Bimini or throughout the Island of the Bahamas. If you have vacation time saved up,...

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10 Things You Might Not Know About the Bahamas

17July2015
 
North Atlantic Ocean

1) Pink Sands Beach, Harbour Island Pink Sands Beach owes its pink sand to microscopic marine creatures called Foraminifera. As might be guessed, they have bright red or pink shells. 2) Mount Alvernia, Cat Island Mount Alvernia is the tallest “mountain” in the Bahamas. It stands 63 meters...

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