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Friday, November 14, 2014

Resorts World Bimini introduces "Saturday Bahamas Cruises"

MIAMI, Florida - Resorts World Bimini introduces the ultimate weekend "Saturday Bahamas Cruise" for those who desire romance on high seas, fun-filled unique parties onboard a cruise ship, fitness on the white sandy beaches and turquoise waters of the Bimini Islands, playing their favorite casino games on the high seas or in a boutique casino or simply seek an exotic weekend break for families with children.

The cruise departs Port Miami every Saturday evening promptly at 5pm, arriving on Bimini at 8pm the same day and returning back in the Port of Miami at noon on Sunday.  The all-inclusive "Saturday Bahamas Cruise" includes:

• Passage to and from the island of Bimini, inclusive of port charges and passenger taxes

A Choice to stay in one of our on-board cabins that sleeps up to 4 or in a one or two bedroom condominium sleeping up to 6 on island.

Complimentary dinner and breakfast on the ship, with an option to upgrade your dining experience on the island or the ship for nominal fee.

Complimentary entry to Club 360 on the ship's Party Deck that features top named DJs, bottle service packages are available.

Complimentary on-island transportation and Wi-Fi

The Saturday Bahamas Cruise is the hottest weekend choice, starting with a unique experience onboard BiminiSuperFast, which continues onto the Bimini Islands.  Upon departure, wine and dine as the sun sets with the shimmering Miami skyline as a backdrop; move up to the Club 360 party deck, relax and dance to top named DJs while crossing the Florida Straits; play live action table games or slots in the casino onboard. Kicking off this new Saturday entertainment is famed DJ Vertigo, co-hosting with MACK from Miami's #1 hit music station, Y-100.

On arrival in Bimini, continue partying onboard or move your party to island and enjoy the restaurants, bars and casino within the Resorts World Bimini resort.  For those who want a culturally enlightening Bimini nightlife experience, visit local restaurants, bars and clubs with unique names such as the historic "Bimini Big Game Fishing Club" opened in 1936; the infamous "End of the World Bar" with sand on the floor or "Big John's" featuring a fabulous local Bimini band that offers live music combining Reggae and Soca with a local DJ taking over between midnight and 3 am.

And for guests who enjoy fitness, it will be a perfect start to a beautiful Caribbean morning with sunrise at 6:30am.  You can jog the entire North Bimini Island, which is only 5 miles from one end to the other, the perfect setting for a 5k or 10k run on the just resurfaced road of Bimini or on the beaches fronting most of the island or simply enjoy a leisurely one hour, 2-mile round-trip, walk between the jetty and Paradise Beach.  You will be able to marvel at the turquoise color waters, white sandy beaches, multi-million beach-front villas, the famous 3 sisters rock outcrop, calm Lagoon with beautiful private yachts in marinas and still have time to enjoy a breakfast in the casino or a premium coffee as we proudly brew "Starbucks" outlet before departure at 9 am. 

"This is a unique weekend experience no one else can offer in Miami," said Ed Farrell, President at Resorts World Bimini. "Guests can start boarding the ship at 2pm and return to Miami by Sunday noon and have plenty of time to rest for work the next day."

"This is also a great family experience for those with kids and groups of up to 6 as additional passengers after the first two sail free and they can have the choice of ship cabins which can accommodate four (two upper and two lower berths) or two-room condominiums which can sleep 6," Cristienne De Souza, VP of Marketing added.

The all-Inclusive cruise price starts from $199 per person based on double occupancy and a choice of $25 per person for third and fourth guests in the same cabin or $25 per person for a further 4 persons in a two-room condominium.

Guests staying in cabins must have birth certificates with a government issued ID and passengers staying on land must have passports.  Alcoholic drinks and gambling are restricted to guests 18 years of age. 

Resorts World Bimini is operated by the Genting Group (Genting), a global company, founded in 1965, and one of the world's largest Destination Resorts operators. Genting has Resorts World-branded casinos, hotels and resort properties in Asia, Europe and the United States, Genting operate cruises under the wholly-owned Star Cruises in Asia and part ownership of Norwegian Cruise Line.  Genting's international strategic partners include a Universal Studio in Singapore, the world's first "Twentieth Century World" theme park in Malaysia and Simon Outlet Malls in Malaysia.  For more information, please visit http://www.rwbimini.com

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