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DJ Laz, DJ Irie on Bimini SuperFast this weekend

Resorts World Bimini introduces three night cruises a week on the Bimini SuperFast, and there are some big names this weekend.

 The ship departs Port Miami at 10 p.m. and returns there at 6 a.m. They also have seven “Day Explorer Cruises,” which made their debut July 20. The project came together pretty quickly, and staff is still working out some bugs.

 Club Bimini, on the top Party Deck, offers DJ Zog on Thursday, DJ Laz on Friday and DJ Irie -- the guy you see at Miami Heat games -- this Saturday. There's also professional dancers, flair bartenders, Junkanoo dancers and laser and light effects.

Until the cruise jetty is completed in North Bimini Island in October, “Night Party Cruise” passengers will not be able to disembark in Bimini (day cruises have complained about the time it takes to the island because of not having a dock completed yet). The normal price of $99 per person is discounted by 50 to $49 per person for Thursdays, Genting officials said. They said the normal price of $159 is discounted to $79 per person for Fridays and Saturdays.  Free dinner before the party and breakfast after the party are served on board.

“Club Bimini offers a completely different experience from the Day Explorer Cruise. Guests enjoy a romantic dinner with the shimmering Miami skyline as a backdrop, move up to the top Party Deck to dance the night away to music provided by top named DJs and play live action table games or slots in the Resorts World Casinos on board,” said Dana Leibovitz, President of Resorts World Bimini. “Guests can wind down by watching the sun rise over Miami with a panoramic view from South Beach to the downtown skyline, whilst having free breakfast with friends.”

  Weekly updates on entertainment offerings will be posted on and to the Resort World Bimini Facebook page at

The “Night Party Cruise” is also restricted to guests 18 years of age and over as the ship follows Bahamas regulations where those 18 years and older can drink and gamble.  Guests 18 and older must have a valid passport and can book on Port charges and government taxes are an additional $20 per person.

Starting three miles from Miami or on land in the Resorts World Bimini Casino, there is with live dealer roulette, craps, baccarat, blackjack plus slots and Sportsbook.

More information about Resorts World Bimini is available at

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