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Are there words more fun to say than “I’m cruising to Bimini!”? The name rolls off the tongue delightfully, for sure… but the whole phrase means you’re in for a beautiful, uniquely chill time in this island chain. The center of the action is Alice Town, though “action” is relative when it comes to these westernmost islands of The Bahamas. The local aesthetics, however, will take your breath away — and fishing, diving and relaxing on a beach are a few of the choice activities for experiencing the naturally azure waters surrounding Bimini, which are great enjoyed from a distance or up-close!

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Day Trip To Bimini Bahamas & Free Transportation!

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  • Take a ferry day trip from Miami to the Bahamas
  • About two and a half hours each way
  • Discover optional water sports activities
  • Enjoy the beautiful island and beaches
  • Benefit from a hotel pickup and drop-off in Miami Beach

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  • NORTH BIMINI
  • Alice Town, Bimini, Bahamas

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  • 1850 Eller Drive
  • 33316, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States of America
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Bimini Bahamas Day Cruise & Free Transportation --- Economy Class

  • Activity duration is 15 hours 15h 15h
  • Opening hours: Wed 5:00am-11:59pm

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Bimini Bahamas Day Cruise & Free Transportation --- Economy Premium

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Enjoy the added amenities of booking an Economy Premium ticket. Your ticket will include priority embarkation in Port Everglades, one soft drink and one snack each leg of your voyage and seating in the VIP section of the ferry.

What's included, what's not

  • What's included What's included Roundtrip transportation from your Miami Beach Hotel along Collins Avenue or central meeting point
  • What's included What's included Port round trip speed ferry to Bimini Island
  • What's included What's included Island beach access
  • What's included What's included Port charges taxes
  • What's excluded What's excluded Optional activities on the island such as reef snorkeling, dolphin swims, jet skis, parasailing

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  • You must have a valid passport and USA re-entry authorization to travel, as you will be going through US Customs and Immigration: Citizens of some countries may require an entry visa so please check on the Bahamian immigration website before booking
  • The approximate free time in the Bahamas is 6 hours
  • Infants under 6 months old are not permitted on this tour
  • This tour is wheelchair accessible (foldable wheelchairs only)
  • The local operator is not responsible for delays caused by weather, the Coast Guard or Immigration Services

What you can expect

Discover the closest point in the Bahamas to the mainland USA on this exciting ferry day trip to Bimini Island. Spend the day on the beautiful white beaches and swim in stunning turquoise waters. Optional water sports activities include shipwreck snorkeling, jet skiing, parasailing, or swimming at the hotel pool with a separate day pass which can be purchased on the ferry.

Pick-up included from Miami Beach hotels You may also meet us at Port Everglades 1850 Eller Dr, Fort Lauderdale 33316 Terminal 21 Embark on the speed ferry which will take you to the small tropical island of Bimini.

You will spend the afternoon (about 6 hours) on the island and have time to relax on the beach, partake in water sports, take a ride around the island in a golf cart, or try the local restaurants and shops. In the late afternoon, the ferry will take you back to Florida and your driver will take you back to your original pick-up location/hotel.

Transportation is included. Pick up from hotels in Miami Beach and downtown Miami

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Just 50 miles from the coast of Florida, Bimini is a world unto itself. It was one of Ernest Hemingway’s favorite places where he came to write as well as fish for the elusive blue marlin. With a population of only 2,000, the islands never feel crowded. On your Bimini cruise, you’ll find the North Island is a bit more lively, the South Island a bit more relaxed.

These unspoiled islands are endowed with peaceful, pristine beaches, friendly locals, fresh seafood, and some of the best sportfishing and water sports in the world. Diving and snorkeling enthusiasts will be in paradise here, where gorgeous coral reefs, colorful fish, blue holes created by sunken limestone, and shipwrecks await. Enjoy the uncomplicated way of island life on a luxury cruise to the Bahamas with Celebrity Cruises.

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Since the warm waters of The Bahamas run right through the Gulf Stream, the Bimini Biological Field Station set up a shark lab here. Tour the station, learn about the research done, and even adopt a shark. Non-aggressive lemon sharks are common in the area.

Dolphin House Museum

A lifelong labor of love and a must-see, 5th generation Biminite historian and poet, Ashley Saunders, built this charming and quirky museum from shells, sea glass, recycled tiles, coins, and objects salvaged from area shipwrecks. It’s all an amazing tribute to the wonders of the ocean.

Bimini Road

Off Bimini’s north coast lies the mysterious Bimini Road, submerged under about 18 feet of water. Snorkel or scuba to see giant rocks neatly laid out in a road-like line for a half-mile. Some people like to think it may be a part of the sunken Lost City of Atlantis; others think it’s simply a result of natural forces.

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Top things to do in bimini, lounge on the beach.

Some of the best beaches in Bimini are on the southwest side of the North Island, like Radio Beach, Blister Beach, and Spook Hill. On Bimini beaches, you’ll enjoy fun water activities like snorkeling, scuba diving, and paddleboarding. Of course, you can also do nothing more than gloriously soak up some sun while sipping an icy cold Kalik.

Snorkel or Dive

Bimini is full of exciting places to snorkel or scuba dive. Go snorkeling at Rainbow Reef, a protected marine park with dozens of species of fish. Experienced divers can visit the Continental Shelf on a two-tank dive. Or explore the fascinating S.S. Sapona shipwreck and learn about the concrete ship’s storied history.

While on your Bimini cruise, spend some time fishing these impossibly turquoise waters. Anglers from all over come here hoping to catch bonefish, blue marlin, tuna, amberjack, sailfish, and more. In fact, over 50 fishing world records were set in these waters. Hemingway’s time fishing and living in Bimini even inspired his prize-winning The Old Man and the Sea .

Top Food & Drink Spots in Bimini

From sophisticated seafood restaurants to casual beachside conch shacks, Bimini is a foodie’s paradise. Seafood is king, especially conch meat, which is transformed into fresh salads, fritters, chowder, and ceviche. Sweet, fresh-baked Bimini bread is another staple not to be missed.

Rum is a favored island beverage, and there are two cocktails that rise to the top of the most-popular list: Goombay Smash, which features four types of rum, pineapple juice, and orange juice; and Rum Runners, made with fruit juices, banana liqueur, rum, and grenadine.

Culture & History of Bimini

Bimini, also called The Biminis, is actually three islands: North Island, South Island, and the uninhabited East Island. The first inhabitants in Bimini were the Lucayans, and in their language, the name "Bimini" means "two islands". Bimini currently has a population of about only 2,000 people, most of whom live in Alice Town on North Bimini.

Some of Bimini’s famed visitors include Juan Ponce de Leon, who searched for the Fountain of Youth here; Ernest Hemingway, who wrote and fished on the islands; and Martin Luther King, Jr., who wrote his acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize here.

Transportation in Bimini

Transportation is not a problem on the seven-mile-long North Island. One of the most popular ways to get around is by golf cart or bicycle, which are available to rent. Be aware that driving is on the left side of the road here. If you want to travel between the North and the South Island, you can simply take the daily ferry. Taxis are also plentiful.

Shopping Near the Bimini Cruise Port

On the North Island, King’s Highway is the easiest place to find shops for souvenirs or something to eat. There’s also a small market just south of the cruise pier. Find a stall run by a local craftsperson at the Craft Centre in Alice Town for handcrafted mementos made by a local.

Local Currency & Tipping Customs

The official currency of The Bahamas is the Bahamian dollar ($BSD). U.S. currency is also accepted. Most shops and restaurants accept debit cards or credit cards, but it’s always a good idea to have some cash on hand.

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Bimini is fabled as the big-game fishing capital of The Bahamas, where the Gulf Stream meets The Bahamas Bank. Head out for a day of angling for the chance to catch prized deep-sea species including tuna, wahoo, sailfish, marlin and the smalltooth sawfish, among the world’s rarest fish.

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HISTORY WITH A PORPOISE

Step inside The Dolphin House, a quirky masterpiece of conch shells, stones, and sea glass built by Bimini author Ashley Saunders. Dedicated to the beauty of wild dolphins and the colorful history of Bimini, this creative space and mini museum is decked out in dolphin mosaics, Lucayan artifacts and old military memorabilia.

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Alice Town is known for beachside clapboard kitchens that serve seafood specialties like fish stew, baked land crabs and fresh spiny lobster. You can’t miss cold conch salad made to order in a roadside conch shack— and tame your thirst with a rum-based Goombay Smash or Bahamian Sands beer.

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The craft center in Alice Town is comprised of vendor stalls selling original straw items and wood carvings. You can also pick up loaves of sweet, classic Bimini bread. A few small shops around town sell souvenirs, while the Straw Market is best for ceramics, art, music and spices.

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Virgin Voyages' guide to Bimini, Bahamas

Besides exploring the islands’ incredible biodiversity and historic shipwreck diving, relax and unwind at our private beach club experience, Virgin Voyages Beach Club at Bimini.

On the Bahamian beat

It isn’t just the impossibly neon turquoise water, or the seemingly unperturbed beaches that coyly dance with the waves that make Bimini so enticing. Sitting on the westernmost part of the Bahamian Islands, Bimini is the far less-visited port home to a decidedly more intimate and visceral heartbeat.

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Swim with Stingrays

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An interactive historical tour of North Bimini

The views, the blues and the to-do's

Meet the friendliest fish in the harbor: stingrays. You’ll board a boat to cruise out to Honeymoon Harbour to swim with stingrays. Before jumping in the water, you’ll get professional instruction from the stingray pros. Interact with these amazing creatures by swimming alongside as they glide through the water.

For two-tank certified scuba divers, this tour of Bimini’s reefs is the perfect way to use what your mama gave you (er, what you are certified for). With its direct exposure to the Atlantic Ocean’s relatively shallow reefs, Bimini is one of the most diverse aquatic destinations in The Bahamas.

Bimini heritage and cultural tour

Experience the island and its rich history with a tour through North Bimini via an open-air tram cart with the Caribbean wind flowing through your hair. A tour guide will take you through the history of the islands, while hitting 6 historical spots and famous favorites along the way.

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In the 1500s, Ponce de León visited Bimini in search of the Fountain of Youth.

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Sapona Shipwreck & Shark Snorkeling

The first stop on this underwater safari is a dive with nurse and reef sharks in a controlled environment at Triangle Rock. The next stop, The Wreck of Sapona, is widely regarded as the most famous dive site in Bimini and is evidence of the island’s storied history.

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15 Best Things to Do in Bimini on a Cruise [Port Guide]

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If you’re visiting Bimini on a cruise, you’re in luck! In fact, many avid cruisers consider Bimini the most beautiful island in the Bahamas.

Located approximately 55.6 nautical miles from Miami, Bimini is the closest point in the Bahamas to the mainland of the United States. Bimini is known for its white sand beaches, crystal clear water, and marine life.

There are many great ways to spend your day visiting Bimini. Whether you want to relax on the beach, snorkel, or go on a jetski adventure, there is something for everyone. Recently, we visited Bimini and had an amazing time!

In this Bimini cruise port guide, I share best things to do in Bimini, Bahamas as a cruise traveller. I’ve also included information you’ll want to know before you visit this Bahamian island.

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Bimini Cruise Port

Bimini Bahamas cruise port

The Resorts World Bimini Cruise Port is a new cruise port that accommodates the world’s largest cruise ships and vessels of all sizes. The cruise port is within walking distance of the Resorts World Bimini Complex.

Since this is a newer cruise port, the pier is charming and less developed. Unlike other Caribbean cruise destinations, which house popular cruise port shops including Diamonds International, this isn’t the case with Bimini. Instead, there are local shops to purchase souvenirs and crafts.

Bimini cruise port can accommodate two cruise ships at a time, making this island a nice change from busier ports of call. Cruise passengers can take a taxi, a shuttle service, or use a tour guide to visit the island.

What Cruise Passengers Need to Know About Bimini Cruise Port

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The Bahamian dollar ($BSD) is the official currency for the Bahamas. However, U.S. currency is widely accepted and usually given as change in the Bahamas.

In Bimini, the majority of businesses and restaurants accept U.S. cast of credit cards. Furthermore, local vendors will accept U.S. money when you’re shopping for souvenirs.

English is the official language of the Bahamas. However, locals may speak Bahamianese or Creole. For the most part, everyone speaks and understands English in Bimini.

Since Bimini is located in the Bahamas, it operates on Eastern Standard Time. Furthermore, the cruise ship’s time will be the same as the time on land.

Typically, when you visit Bimini, the temperatures range from 60 degrees in the winter to 90 degrees in the summer. However, the breeze from the ocean makes it feel a bit cooler.

The water temperatures vary between 77 degrees in the middle of winter and 87 degrees in the summer.

Getting Around Bimini

Although Bimini is only 7 miles long, there are a few ways to get around the island.

Here are a few ways you can get around Bimini:

Resorts World Tram

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The Resorts Worlds tram service operates every 30 minutes and makes several stops around the Island. In fact there’s a stop right within short walking distance at the cruise port.

The tram is completely free and available for anyone to use. However, keep in mind that it will only take you to the Resort World properties, where you can visit the casino, beach, resorts, and restaurants.

You’ll find the free pick-up location right outside your cruise ship. It’s easy to find the pick-up location, and many people use the tram when visiting Bimini.

When you visit Bimini, there will be taxi services available. The taxi rates vary depending on where you want to go, but the common fare is between $5-$10 per person. Since the cruise port is the midway point of the island, the southern and northern parts are equal distances from the pier.

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There are a few golf cart rental companies that operate in Bimini. They charge approximately $90 per day for a four-seater and $120 for a six-seater. Golf cart rentals are a great way to explore the beautiful island.

Tip: I have heard from other cruisers that there may be some room to negotiate prices.

If you want to stay close to the cruise port, you can always walk to your destination. Bimini is a small island and is very walkable!

The Resorts World Hilton resort is a 10-15 minute walk from the cruise ship. Bring water if you plan to walk because it can be very hot in Bimini.

Best Things To Do In Bimini, Bahamas on a Cruise

1. beach club 360.

Bimini Beach Club

Beach Club 360 is a private beach resort owned by Resorts World. You’ll find 2 large pools, a gorgeous white sand beach, bars and restaurants, beach games, lounge chairs, and crystal-clear waters.

Beach Club 360 is one of the most popular shore excursions offered by cruise lines. Lounge chairs and facilities are included. However there may be some extra costs to rent cabanas at the pool and beach resort.

The price varies depending on which cruise line you’re sailing with. However prices range between approximately $39-$99 a day, depending on what is included.

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If you’re visiting Bimini on a Virgin Voyages cruise , Beach Club 360 is included and becomes a “private island” type destination. Your transportation, lunch, wifi, and entry are all included in your cruise fare.

When we visited Bimini on our recent Virgin Voyages cruise, we spent the day at Beach Club 360. It was an all-day party with a live DJ, and the food was amazing, which made for a perfect day in Bimini.

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2. Shipwreck Exploration Adventure

If you’re adventurous, then taking a trip to the SS Sapona shipwreck is a great option. The SS Sapona is a World War I ship that ran aground during a hurricane in 1926.

The wreck sits in 15 feet of water. Visitors will either scuba dive or snorkel around the shipwreck. This is a popular attraction for scuba divers, history buffs, and adventure seekers.

3. Jet Ski Tour

When it comes to exciting shore excursions, its hard to beat a Jet Ski tour. Taking a guided tour on jet skis around the island is an unforgettable experience and tons of fun!

Oftentimes, the jet ski tour can be booked through the cruise line. If you plan on booking a jet ski tour, it’s a good idea to book it in advance as it will sell out.

4. Dolphin House Museum

The Dolphin House Museum is roughly an 8-minute drive from the cruise pier. The Dolphin House Museum is unique because it was built over the last 27 years using recycled, salvaged, and donated materials by award-winning Bahamian author and historian Ashley Saunders.

If you’re looking to visit the Dolphin House Museum, it costs $10 per person.

5. Snorkel Tours

If you’re adventurous and love to snorkel, then you’ll enjoy Bimini. When it comes to snorkeling, Bimini has amazing reefs, marine life, and places to explore!

Here are the most popular locations for snorkelling in Bimini:

  • Rainbow Reef
  • Victory Reef
  • Bimini Wall

Rainbow Reef is a great snorkeling location for beginners. Here, you will see turtles, fish, and other marine life. Many shore excursions visit Rainbow Reef, which is perfect for snorkelers of all levels.

Victory Reef is an interesting place to snorkel. Here, you will see marine life and underwater terrain.

The amazing thing about Victory Reef is that you can see the seafloor drop into the Straits of Florida. At Victory Reef, you’ll see fish, turtles, and nurse sharks.

Bimini Wall is one of Bimini’s greatest mysteries. The wall stretches for more than half a mile, and it was discovered over 50 years ago.

The Bimini Wall is also known as Atlantis Road, Bimini Road, or Road to Atlantis. Nobody knows how or what this submerged manmade structure really is, which is why it is such a mystery to locals.

6. Resorts World Pool & Beach Experience

Resorts World Pool & Beach Experience is an adult-only 750-acre luxurious resort. Here, you will find restaurants, bars, casinos, the beach, and pools.

Most cruise lines offer excursions to Resorts World. When you purchase the excursion through the cruise line, you’ll get access to an open bar, pool chairs and umbrellas, beach chairs, and access to the pools, casinos, and other amenities.

If you want to relax at a luxurious resort, you’ll love the Resorts World Pool & Beach Experience.

7. Island Bike Tour

The Island Bike Tour is a great way to explore the island and better understand what life is like in Bimini. You’ll be given a bike, helmet, and lock on this excursion.

On this tour, you’ll ride through Fisherman’s Village, Alice Town, and Bailey Town. You’ll get to visit the Dolphin House, Bimini Museum, and the Methodist Church graveyard.

Overall, this is a great way to visit Bimini, take some stunning videos, and learn more about the wonderful island.

8. Bimini Craft Center

The Bimini Craft Center is a great place to go if you’re looking for souvenirs or purchasing local crafts. The craft center is located in the heart of Alice Town, which is an 8-minute cab ride from the cruise port.

You will find 17 booths filled with locally-made crafts, t-shirts, hats, and other souvenirs here. You’ll also get the chance to interact with the friendly Bahamians, which is a great way to learn about the local culture.

The Bimini Craft Center has restrooms, free Wi-Fi, and food trucks. Going to the craft center is a fun activity, and it’s near many other attractions.

9. Stingray Encounter

The stingray encounter is the perfect combination of relaxation and adventure. You’ll go to a secluded beach called Honeymoon Harbor for this excursion. Here, you’ll be in calm, crystal clear waters, which are home to friendly stingrays.

You’ll be able to sit back and enjoy the sun while the stingrays swim up and interact with you. This is a great way to learn about stingrays and create life-long memories.

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10. Bimini Island Food Tasting Experience Tour

If you’re a foodie, then you’ll love the Bimini Island Food Tasting Experience Tour. On this excursion, your tour guide will bring you to some of the best restaurants in Bimini.

You’ll get to try Bahamian cuisine like conch fritters, peas and rice, and baked macaroni. You’ll quench your thirst by drinking Gully Wash and Bahamian soft drinks.

When you’re on this tour, you’ll stop at CJ’s Deli and Joe’s Conch Shack, popular restaurants locals love. This food tour is a great way to explore the island while experiencing Bahamian cuisine.

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11. kayak beach.

Bimini Bahamas cruise port Kayak Beach

Kayak Beach is the closest beach to the cruise port. If you want to visit Kayak Beach, you can walk there or take the tram. It’s a 2 minute walk from the cruise ship, or it’s the first tram stop.

We found out about Kayak Beach through the crew members. When they visit Bimini, Kayak Beach is there go-to beach.

At Kayak Beach, you can rent a Kayak, lounge chairs, and relax in the calm waters. Overall, Kayak Beach is a great option for those who want to spend the day at the beach, while staying near the cruise ship.

12. Radio Beach

Radio Beach is a free local beach with beautiful turquoise waters. If you’re looking for something “off the beaten path,” you’ll love Radio Beach.

At Radio Beach, you can rent a cabana or lounge chairs. Furthermore, there are local restaurants and bars nearby. If you look into the ocean, you may see marine life like stingrays and dolphins.

You can get from the cruise port to Radio Beach by taxi, and when you are ready to leave, there will be taxis ready to take you back.

Overall, Radio Beach is a great place to spend the day when you visit Bimini.

13. Fountain of Youth

In the 1500s, explorer Juan Ponce de León learned that Bimini was the site of the Fountain of Youth. According to an old legend, the spring water supposedly restored youth to those who drank or bathed in the water.

In 1513, Ponce De León set sail from Puorto Rico to Bimini. Unfortunately, he could never find the fountain of youth in Bimini, but he did go on to discover Florida and the Gulf Stream instead.

Today, you can visit a natural wellspring that the locals claim to be the fountain of youth. The locals believe that the mineral water from the springs brings good health and youth to those who drink it.

14. Visit The Bimini Museum

Built in 1921, the Bimini Museum was once the Commissioner’s Office and jail. However, it was abandoned in 1974. In 1999, the building was restored by Sir Michael and Lady Barbara Checkly.

Now, the Bimini Museum contains historical artifacts, such as photographs of Ernest Hemingway and old cannon balls. There is no entry fee for the Bimini Museum. However, they do accept donations.

15. War Memorial and Hero’s Park

The War Memorial and Hero’s Park is located in Alice Town, which is right next to the Dolphin House Museum. The memorial is an 8-minute drive from the cruise port, and it honours the war veterans from World War I and II.

When you visit the War Memorial, you’ll be nearby other attractions, and you’ll get an amazing view of the ocean.

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Final Thoughts: Best Things To Do In Bimini, Bahamas on a Cruise

Well, there is is, everything you need to know about the Bimini cruise port.

Bimini has a lot to offer, whether you’re looking for a relaxing beach day, partying at a beach club, or going on a snorkel adventure, there is something for everyone.

The great thing about Bimini is that there are so many things to do. Whether it’s your first time in Bimini or you’ve been several times, there are always new foods to try, beaches to visit, and places to explore!

In this post, I shared a complete Bimini port guide and the best things to do when you visit Bimini.

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Best Bahamas Cruises

C ruises to the Bahamas are filled with sun, soft sands, and the opportunity to dip your toes in a warm and seductive crystal blue sea. The 700-island archipelago is the kind of oasis you dream of when, in my case at least, you're indoors on a cold and dark day in Cleveland. Exploring the islands is tricky by air, but much easier via ship. Bahamas cruises to take right now include quick jaunts from easy-to-get-to Florida ports as well as one-week and longer cruises that explore more deeply. You can sail there in less than a day from Florida (cruises tend to embark in the early evening and hang out at sea until the next morning ashore), which makes it both an easy escape for a quick getaway or somewhere to linger for even more rest and relaxation.

What to expect on a Bahamas cruise

The main places cruise ships visit in the Bahamas are Nassau, the capital city, and some of the islands and beaches that are affiliated with cruise lines, such as Disney's private family wonderland Castaway Cay, off Great Abaco Island. There are small ships that explore further, including to the southern reaches of the archipelago.

Cruise passengers will find opportunities to hike in national parks, enjoy nearly deserted beaches, and explore many small churches-the Bahamas boasts more churches per capita than anywhere else in the world.

In the Bahamian capital of Nassau on New Providence Island, visitors can get a better understanding of the nation's British colonial and West African slave history as well as of the Junkanoo culture and festivals at wonderful museums. Most day visitors, though, are typically focused on water attractions: heading off on diving or snorkeling excursions, boarding party boats with free-flowing rum punch, experiencing the beaches, swimming pools, and waterslides at the Atlantis Bahamas resort on Paradise Island, or trying to catch the big one on fishing charters.

On small ship itineraries, you may stop at San Salvador Island, where Christopher Columbus may or may not have made his first landing in the New World. (Historians quibble on the exact landing spot.) A white cross memorializes the supposed landing spot. Long Island, which stretches some 80 miles, has both rugged and sandy coasts and the natural attraction of Dean's Blue Hole, one of the deepest sinkholes in the world at 663 feet, a place where divers and snorkelers can mingle with turtles and tarpons. The small island of Bimini is known for its clean beaches and rich marine life-hanging out at beach clubs, seeking quiet escapes in the land, and watching for dolphins and other sea creatures are prime activities.

Other cruise destinations include Eleuthera, with its inviting pink sands and protected park areas. In addition to beaches, the 365-island chain known as the Exumas are famous for swimming pigs (though they also live elsewhere in the Bahamas).

Best Bahamas cruises

Celebrity cruises' "nassau & bimini" itinerary.

  • Best for: Upscale big ship experience
  • To book: 4-nights round-trip from Miami , from $473 per person for a veranda stateroom; from $801 per person for AquaClass; and from $2,245 per person for the Retreat
  • Islands: Nassau (New Providence), Bimini, plus Key West

Celebrity Cruises sails to Nassau and Bimini in style, and if time or money is tight, you don't have to invest too much in your Bahamas getaway. You can book, for instance, an easy, breezy four-night trip on the 2,158-passenger Celebrity Summit from under $500 per person. That said, if you splurge on a suite in the Retreat, you'll have your own sundeck with hot tub, enjoy private lounge access, and dine at the exclusive restaurant Luminae, where signature dishes by Celebrity's culinary ambassador, Daniel Boulud, are featured on the rotating menu-such as creamy carrot and ginger velouté and Moroccan chicken tagine with saffron couscous. Spa lovers might want to book the AquaClass staterooms, with complimentary access to a Persian Garden with infrared sauna and sensory showers and exclusive dining at health focused Blu, where the wine list features sustainable and biodynamic wines. While in Bimini, you might try your hand at sport-fishing, a year-round pastime from the island.

Disney Cruise Line's Bahamian Cruise from Fort Lauderdale

  • Best for: Families and Disney fans of all ages
  • To book: 5-night Bahamas cruise from Fort Lauderdale on the 2,700-passenger Disney Magic , from $6,299 for four guests
  • Islands: Castaway Cay, Nassau (New Providence), Eleuthera

Disney Cruise Line has ships in the Bahamas year-round, starting with quick three- and four-night sailings from Florida ports. Ever since it first opened 1998, the highlight of any Disney cruise in the Bahamas has been Castaway Cay, a picture-perfect white-sand island paradise, complete with pirate attractions and Disney character appearances. What has Disney fans all atwitter is the opening in summer 2024 of a second exclusive for Disney Bahamas destination, Lighthouse Point, on the island of Eleuthera. There, Disney promises a celebration of Bahamian culture, including Junkanoo parades, characters from Bahamas folklore, and performances by local artists. An accompanying commitment to conservation at Lighthouse Point includes a solar installation that will provide at least 90 percent of the destination's required electricity (Castaway Cay also has a solar installation). Family-friendly attractions abound but grown-ups can also drop the kids off in a supervised activity program and head to the adults-only beach to sip cocktails while lounging in private cabanas.

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection's round-trip sailing from Fort Lauderdale

  • Best for: Top-of-the-line luxury experience
  • To book: 7-night cruise from Fort Lauderdale on the 298-passenger Evrima , from $6,100 per person
  • Islands: Nassau (New Providence), Bimini, San Salvador, Long Island, plus Key West

On the Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection's 298-passenger Evrima , you can head to the secluded dipping pool and pretend you are on your own private yacht, luxuriate in your resort-like suite, or join an intimate dance party on the Marina Terrace, located just above the sea. A seven-night itinerary in December 2023 gets you from Fort Lauderdale to Nassau, Bimini, San Salvador, and Long Island, Bahamas, with the bonus of some additional time built in to enjoy the Hemingway House & Museum and other attractions in Key West, Florida. Optional small group shore excursions in the Bahamas include an "Eco-Marine Safari" on Long Island, that combines small boat exploration of a mangrove channel and sandbars with a visit to see swimming pigs in a quiet cay. With both the cruise line and the Royal at Atlantis on Paradise Island affiliated with Marriott International , there's also a hotel tie-in-you can book a daybed at the resort's chic adults-only pool area, the Cove .

Scenic's "Island Odyssey: Bahamas to the Grenadines" cruise

  • Best for: Underwater and air exploration
  • To book: 12-night sailing in fall 2024 from $9,963 per person
  • Islands: Compass Cay, Great Exuma Island, San Salvador Island, Long Island, Great Inagua Island in the Bahamas. Also, Virgin Gorda, St. Bart's, Monserrat, Iles des Saintes (Guadeloupe), Tobago Cays (St. Vincent and the Grenadines)

The luxurious 228-passenger Scenic Eclipse features some of the best exploration toys in the industry. An expedition team runs excursions including with two helicopters and a submarine, which will enhance your Bahamas views from both over and under the sea. Or borrow paddleboards and kayaks from the ship's marina for your own solo exploration. A 12-night sailing from Nassau to Bridgetown, Barbados, starts with six days in the Bahamas, before following the yachting crowd south. Stops include Compass Cay in the Exuma Cays, where in the clear water you might see nurse sharks even from the ship. Bird lovers will enjoy a rare visit to the southernmost island in the Bahamas, Great Inagua Island, with its resident population of some 80,000 flamingos. Whiskey lovers will want to check out the ship's collection of more than 110 varieties.

SeaDream Yacht Club's "Bountiful Bahamas" cruise

Best for: Low-key luxury

To book: 7-night cruise in April 2025 , from $4,399 per person

Islands: Nassau (New Providence), Staniel Cay, Great Exuma, San Salvador, Salt Cay

You'll have to wait until 2025, but small-ship line SeaDream has an intriguing pair of upcoming round-trip cruises to the Bahamas from tony Palm Beach, Florida, on the 112-passenger SeaDream II . The "Bountiful Bahamas" itinerary lingers in the Exumas and around Long Island, with the opportunity to explore pristine beaches, hang out at beach shack bars, and snorkel in the clear sea. There's also an unusual visit to the uninhabited Bahamas island Salt Cay (also known as Cay Sal), only accessible by boat and some 50 miles from Marathon, Florida. In between kayaking quiet bays, try the yacht's newest attraction, an inflatable slide running from the pool deck into the water. SeaDream prides itself on cuisine and was the first cruise line with a full vegan raw food menu in addition to such indulgences as a signature l'oeuf poule au caviar (egg with caviar), grilled lobster, and filet mignon.

Virgin Voyages' "Fire & Sunset Soirées" cruise

  • Best for: Fun-seeking adults
  • To book: 4-night "Fire & Sunset Soirées" on the 2,770-passenger Scarlet Lady or Valiant Lady from $1,920 for two in a Sea Terrace cabin
  • Islands: Bimini, plus Key West

For pure adult fun you can't beat Virgin Voyages , which is limited to those age 18 and up. During a beach day at the Virgin Voyages Beach Club at Bimini, private to Virgin guests when their ships visit, enjoy cocktails at the pool or a beach bonfire. Or book an activity such as a watercolor painting class, a "Views-n-Blues Mid-Afternoon Cruise" on a pontoon, an open-air tram tour of the island, or scuba dive with hammerheads. On the ship, partake in dance parties, take advantage of complimentary yoga, meditation sessions, and intense cardio HIIT classes, peruse vinyl selections on sale at the record shop, and get a tattoo or piercing when not indulging in treats at the "Lick Me Till  . . .  Ice Cream" shop. There are also six restaurants onboard, including a highly creative "Test Kitchen" where dishes smoke and sizzle, and a super-fun Korean baarbecue experience, Gunbae, complete with drinking games.

With hundreds of islands to visit, Bahamas cruises are filled with beautiful scenery, mesmerizing marine life, and relaxing beach escapes.

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