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Big Game Club gets $4.4 million refit


A $4.4 million renovation is under way at Bimini’s Big Game Club Resort & Marina. The upgrades include an rebuild of the property’s 75-slip marina (primarily docks A, B and C) for the resort’s 60-foot glass-bottom dive boat, the addition of a pool, and several capital improvements such as landscaping, painting, and new windows and sliding glass doors.

The 51-room Big Game Club, which was purchased and re-opened by the Southern California-based Hankey Group of Companies in 2010, that year underwent a $3.5 million renovation that included all guest rooms, the new bar, Hemingway Rum Bar & Social Lounge and the Outfitter Shop.

The hotel is currently managed by the Horizon Hotel Group. For more information, visit

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