Bimini Yacht Charter Itinerary
Situated just 45 miles off the Florida coast, the Bimini islands are a perfect destination for a sailing vacation with a yacht charter. Well-known for the picturesque nature trails, pristine sandy beaches, and coral reefs, Bimini is a stunning, island paradise.
Whether you wish to explore the mysterious remains of a shipwreck, snorkel in a cluster of tropical fish, swim up close with dolphins, or just relax on your yacht’s deck, Bimini offers an experience like no other!
Alice Town & Bimini Bay Marina.
The first destination on our Miami to Bimini yacht charter vacation is the Bimini Bay Marina, also known as the getaway to the Bahamas.
Equipped with spacious restroom and shower facilities and tie-up and dock assistance, this upscale marina will be our home for the day. In the afternoon, we can explore the lovely Alice Town which is a tourist center and the principal settlement in North Bimini.
The main street is full of interesting shops and a few attractions including the cool Dolphin House and the pink-colored Bimini Museum. The Alice Town beach or as the locals like to call it Radio Beach offers several spots for sunbathing and a couple of fast food restaurants where you can stop for lunch.
Sapona shipwreck & Chub Cay.
On Day 2 of your yacht charter, we will be visiting the remains of the Sapona concrete-hulled cargo steamer for some snorkeling and diving.
This wreck approaches depths of only 20 feet, making it an easy dive for beginners. Expect to see an abundance of tropical marine life at this popular diving site. To make the most out of the day, we will continue across the Great Bahama Bank until we reach one of the most modern marinas in the Bahamas, the famous Chub Cay Club.
Located on the southern tip of the Berry Islands, Chub Cay Club is a world-class resort which offers a warm welcome to yachtsman and travelers on yacht charter vacations. Whether you wish to enjoy offshore fishing or just relax and unwind with a drink, Chub Cay Resort & Marina offers something for everyone.
In the morning, we will be leaving Chub Cay and heading towards White Cay which is a popular anchorage in the Bahamas with an elevation of 8 meters.
The main reason for our visit is the nearby deep Blue Hole on Hoffman’s Cay where we can go diving, swimming, and snorkeling.
Hoffman’s Cay is actually an uninhabited island, and it seems that oysters are the only inhabitants here. As for the Blue Hole, it is 600 feet high with a cliff that hangs about 20 feet above the water. Adventurous yacht charter travelers with an adrenaline rush can jump from the cliff into the waters.
Great Harbor Cay
The largest of The Berry Islands, Great Harbor Cay is the next stop on our sailing adventure in the Bimini Islands. Here, we will anchor off the fabulous Sugar Beach, one of the most picturesque beaches in the Bahamas which consists of dozens of sandy coves set among cliffs.
There are also plenty of caves to explore here, and the creeks are filled with a variety of wildlife. Our guests can also check out the ruins of the Sugar Beach Resort & Golf Club which was the first resort on the island. Great Harbour Cay Island is a stunning island in Bimini, so it comes as no surprise that the list of notable residents and visitors of the island is quite long.
Celebrities like Brigitte Bardot, Earl Blackwell, Douglas Fairbanks used to spend their vacations here.
Bimini Bay Resort
On the last day of our Miami to Bimini yacht charter adventure, we will be visiting the all-new Bimini Bay Resort and Marina. With over 200 privately owned and uniquely furnished units, this spectacular resort and marina offer a real home-away-from-home experience.
Aside from the charming units, there is the Sakara Beach Club where leisure yachts anchor and guests can spend the rest of the day.