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Alice Town, Bimini
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Ethereal dive site

In an ethereal setting, the old concrete ship rusted in the aquamarine waters off Bimini. 15-20... read more

Reviewed 7 November 2016
Helaine M
via mobile
Nicely snorkeling spot

Enjoy the S.Sapona and please read his history is an incredible concret ship 6 miles from south... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2016
Miami, Florida
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Alice Town, Bimini
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Reviewed 7 November 2016 via mobile

In an ethereal setting, the old concrete ship rusted in the aquamarine waters off Bimini. 15-20 feet underwater the old ship provided a superb snorkeling location. We saw stingrays, grouper, and many other fish. A must see. Do not miss.

Thank Helaine M
Reviewed 22 September 2016

Enjoy the S.Sapona and please read his history is an incredible concret ship 6 miles from south Bimini.

Thank Coty-Miami
Reviewed 22 September 2016

My mother, my best friend and I did this tour. Even though I REALLY wanted to do the dolphin swim, they objected and this seemed like the more family-friendly option. We boarded the ship, which was fairly big for the group. The crew was fairly...More

Thank Tae_Aylise
Reviewed 19 September 2016

A 20 minute boat ride from Resorts World. Very cool, old reinforced concrete ship that run aground some 90 years ago. Fun to jump from and explore. I'd recommend wearing water shoes though if possible, as I burnt my feet pretty bad from walking on...More

1  Thank Bryan D
Reviewed 13 September 2016 via mobile

They said it would take 35 minutes, 1 hour 15 minutes we arrived. It took the capitan over and hour to park. We were on able to snorkel for 15-20 minutes. Visibility was not good and there were too many boats and people there. Then...More

1  Thank JcAtlanta27
Reviewed 8 September 2016

Very cool. Great to look at but if you dive be aware of the current. It is strong and will carry you away quickly

Thank CaptSunshine
Reviewed 24 August 2016

This is a great snorkeling site. It is different from your regular reef snorkeling because there isn't any coral or anything however there were a lot of awesome fish as well as some rays hanging out at the bottom of the boat. We saw some...More

Thank Laura G
Reviewed 23 August 2016

When the current is slack is the best time to snorkle here. The sunny side of the ship is an aquarium, literally. It's amazing. While your snorkeling and looking down, remember to look up toward the surface of the water...you'll see so much~~

1  Thank Rhonda H
Reviewed 16 August 2016

Enjoyable family activity. Many different species of fish seen. Especially memorable were the sting ray. Water was a little choppy when we went, but we were still able to enter the wreck safely. Nice spot for first time snorkelers.

Thank weareahappyfamily
Reviewed 10 August 2016

The Sapona was an interesting little snorkel spot. I have never snorkeled a ship wreck like this before so it was a nice experience. There are better snorkel spots around but there were a few fish and a decent variety when we were there. It...More

Thank LTI2014
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Can you get there from a beach or do you have to take a boat out?
28 December 2016|
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Response from danm7876 | Reviewed this property |
By boat only.
Cory A
What is the average price per person
4 June 2016|
Response from n2deepTampa_Florida | Reviewed this property |
It's not very expensive, you can dive or snorkel Best Place to use the Bimini Big Game They are great! I'm sure they have a price list on web site... Have fun
Chandra S
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2 April 2016|
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