While a fleet of anglers chased mahi and wahoo in Guy Harvey Outpost Resorts’ Bonfire Tournament on West End, Grand Bahama Island in June, artist Bobby Little stayed behind, keeping very busy at …
Bimini on List of Iconic James Bond Destinations
HotelClub.com has named Bimini one of the “7 Iconic James Bond Destinations”. Bimini served as one of the main settings in the 1989 thriller License to Kill, and Bimini’s famous shipwreck S.S. Sapona was featured in the Bond novel Thunderball (though not in the movie version of the story).
In discussing the propensity for Bond to find himself in “exotic destinations”, HotelClub.com describes Bimini as one of the 7 that “stand out” the most:
One of the main sets in License to Kill, Bimini is a notable district of the Bahamas. Bimini consist of two islands, North and South Bimini, separated by a narrow channel. South Bimini has a small airport and a few hotels but North Bimini is the main hub of activity and heralded among international anglers. Ernest Hemingway was sufficiently inspired while on a fishing expedition to write The Old Man and the Sea.”
Contact the Bimini Big Game Club today to book your own Bond-esque Bimini adventure!