Bimini Sands joins Guy Harvey Outpost Expedition

May 1, 2014 by Guest Writer

Bimini Sands Resort and Marina in Bimini, Bahamas joined the Guy Harvey Outpost Expedition Collection. Bimini Sands remains an independently owned and operated resort with opportunity to use the Outpost’s marketing, outfitting and online reservation system. Guy Harvey Outpost will have the opportunity to co-host fishing tournaments with Bimini Sands.



“We are delighted to partner with Guy Harvey because his passion for conserving the environment matches our own,” said Frank Cooney, president and CEO of Bimini Sands. “Keeping our resort and marina, our island, and the incredible blue water surrounding it pristine is a priority for us here at Bimini Sands. In addition, our world-class dive operation, Neal Watson’s Bimini Scuba Center, and the Bimini Sands Activities Center, which offers a long list of eco-adventures from shark encounters to stand-up paddleboarding, makes Bimini Sands an ideal destination for any Guy Harvey Outpost Expeditions guest.”



Bimini Sands Marina is the only Blue Flag-certified marina in Bimini, and one of four marinas in the Bahamas to achieve this standard. It also was the first marina in the Bahamas to become a certified shark-free marina, aiding in the preservation of endangered shark species, a cause Guy Harvey supports.

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