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Resorts World Bimini introduces new travel agent incentives

Resorts World Bimini introduces new travel agent incentives

Resorts World Bimini, the cruise destination resort in the Bahamas, unveiled new offers for travel agents available through May.

Agents who secure three qualified bookings with Resorts World Bimini will receive a free two-night cruise for two. In addition, a 15% commission will be paid on all bookings made now through May.

Plus, agents who make any mid-week booking for the ship or resort will receive an additional $20 gift card on top of the 15% commission.

Agents making two bookings on the same cruise will get a $50 gift card (based on double occupancy).

Departing from PortMiami, the Bimini SuperFast reaches the Bahamas within 2.5 hours. The ship sails Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, allowing travelers to choose between a two- or three-night getaway.

In Bimini anglers can troll top sport fishing grounds and the island’s famous bonefishing flats. Culture-seekers can explore the history of Bimini, which has played host to notable visitors ranging from Ernest Hemingway to Martin Luther King Jr. For divers Bimini offers reefs, shipwrecks and the mysterious Bimini Road rock formation leading to the fabled Atlantis.

While on property, Resorts World Bimini guests can access miles of white sand beaches, six restaurants and bars, two pools and a world-class casino with water and marina views. Live table games include roulette, craps, blackjack, baccarat and a sports book.

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