Ferry from Bimini Islands to United States
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About Bimini Islands

The Bimini Islands make up the closest Bahamian district to the United States, situated just fifty miles east of Miami, Florida.

Comprising two main islands called North and South Bimini, alongside numerous cays, Bimini is one of the smallest archipelagos in the Bahamas. However, most visitors sail here to explore the beautiful depths of its surrounding ocean, teeming with tropical fish, dolphins and mantas. Together with brightly coloured coral reef, the seabed is decorated with enigmatic stone ruins, which most believe are the remnants of the mythical Lost City of Atlantis, while the shallow coastal waters in North Bimini feature a fascinating First World War shipwreck, SS Sapona.

The Bimini Islands are frequently visited by tourists from the United States, which, in the past, included Ernest Hemingway and Martin Luther King Jr., so it’s easy to travel back to Florida by ferry, with a few sailings every week to Miami lasting just two hours.

About United States

The United States, officially known as the United States of America, is a large, complex and diverse country in North America and home to the world’s third largest population.

USA is a land filled with inspiring adventures, stunning natural scenery, vibrant cultures, and cities with endless energy.

Whether you’re looking for natural wonders, vibrant cities, historical landmarks, or entertainment venues, the United States will delight you.

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