Bahamas, Bimini & Exumas

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The Bahamas is comprised of 700 islands sprinkled over 100,000 square miles of ocean. The archipelago is an ecological oasis, boasting the clearest water on the planet https://www.bahamas.com/

  • BIMINI (1-Day / 12 Hours / 9AM-9PM)
  • $4500
  • Plus Fuel & Customs
  • Bimini Fuel $1500
  • BIMINI RATE PER-DAY
  • 2-Day Minimum
  • $3500/Day
  • Plus Fuel & Customs
  • Bimini Fuel $1500
  • NASSAU RATE PER-DAY
  • 4-Day Minimum
  • $3,500/Day
  • Plus Fuel, Marina & Provisions
  • Nassau fuel $4000
  • EXUMAS RATE Per-Day
  • 5-Day Minimum
  • $3,500/Day
  • Plus Fuel, Marina & Provisions
  • Exumas Fuel $5,000

Located just 50 miles off Florida’s coast, Bimini is the closest Bahamian island to the United States, boasting miles of pristine beaches. Known as Ernest Hemingway’s favorite escape, Bimini is historically significant. Visitors from around the world enjoy its historical complexity and renowned past, including Bimini Road, which some believe is a remnant of the legendary Lost City of Atlantis. Bimini consists of two main islands — North Bimini Island and South Bimini Island — and numerous cays. The history of Bimini is as fascinating as the islands themselves. Famed explorer, Ponce de León, was allegedly lured here in the early 1500s in search of the ‘Fountain of Youth, and a site still bears that name today. Located just 50 miles from the United States, the islands served as a convenient offshore speakeasy and liquor store during the prohibition era. Rumrunners used to store their stash on the shores and in the S.S. Sapona, now a wreck in the water. And speaking of rum, Ernest Hemingway called Bimini his summer home and Jimmy Buffett spent time here while writing his book.

With sapphire-blue water everywhere, The Exumas are an exotic collection of dream destinations. Footprint-free beaches, ultra-exclusive resorts, and islands fit for celebrities make this tropical paradise an absolute gem. Here, nature outnumbers man, coastlines remain flawless and private homes play host to some of the world’s most famous stars. The Exumas truly are the ultimate escape. The Exumas are an archipelago of 365 cays and islands, beginning just 35 miles southeast of Nassau. Once called Yumey and Suma (names of Amer-Indian origin), the islands have gone through many changes over the years. Rich in history, they were settled by British Loyalists with their slaves following the American Revolution, and remnants of that storied past remain. The islands are divided into three major areas—Great Exuma, Little Exuma, and The Exuma Cays. Each one offers its own unique experience. Great Exuma and Little Exuma are known for their laidback surroundings, while The Exuma Cays act as a playground for the rich and famous, boasting numerous private homes, luxury resorts and beachside condos. One of the amazing sights in the cays is the “Mile-long Sandbar,” a stretch of pure white sand emerging from the blue-green water at low tide

 

 

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