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PortMiami celebrates the launch of Bimini SuperFast cruise ship
Pictured at proclamation presentation are (l-r) Miami-Dade Commissioner Audrey Edmonson, Commissioner Rebecca Sosa, Tan Sri KT Lim Cahieman, and Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz.

PortMiami celebrates the launch of Bimini SuperFast cruise ship

Pictured at proclamation presentation are (l-r) Miami-Dade Commissioner Audrey Edmonson, Commissioner Rebecca Sosa, Tan Sri KT Lim Cahieman, and Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz.

Pictured at proclamation presentation are (l-r) Miami-Dade Commissioner Audrey Edmonson, Commissioner Rebecca Sosa, Tan Sri KT Lim Cahieman, and Commissioner Jose “Pepe” Diaz.

Miami dignitaries gathered alongside Bahamian officials on Friday, June 28, at the PortMiami to celebrate the grand opening of the newest destination resort in the Americas, Resorts World Bimini, and the launch of the Bimini SuperFast cruise ship from PortMiami.

The Resorts World Bimini experience begins in Miami, where guests will board the Bimini SuperFast cruise ship. At 32,000 tons and capable of sailing at 30 knots, the Bimini SuperFast is the newest and fastest cruise ship on the high seas.

Round trip sailings will take place twice daily, offering direct service between PortMiami and Resorts World Bimini, only 50 miles away. Resorts World Bimini, formerly known as Bimini Bay, is a 750-acre tropical paradise, home to miles of white sandy beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters.

The resort is now home to a world-class casino offering the closest full-service gaming experience to Florida, with live action craps, roulette, blackjack, baccarat, slots and more.

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2 comments

  1. This is a tremendous experience. You can leave the country, travel to an exotic place, enjoy dining, entertainment and gambling the entire time. All these factors combine to make for a very reasonably priced, must go scenario! I will be going again and again.

  2. I've already been on-board the Bimini ferry, twice. I took one of the first trips last month when they were still working out the departure sequence. The second trip I took last week was much quiver to get off the boat. The boat is more of a cruise liner than a ferry. It's huge and it has all of the amenities you could imagine. They even have two casinos with live dealers. I lost about $20 on the way to Bimini but I won $150 at the Genting resort once we got to the island – so my entire trip was paid for though my winnings. I'll be back.