Registration open for 2010 Bimini Road Rally
PWC adventure ride to the Bahamas begins June 24
Story by Staff, Dec. 03, 2009Email a friend Print Friendly RSS
Part event, all adventure, the 2010 eventure will be the sixth year of the popular Bimini Road Rally, a one-of-a-kind PWC ride that takes up to 20 special eventurists on a four-star trip from North Miami, across open-ocean and the Gulf Stream to the island of Bimini in the Bahamas - smack-dab in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle.
Each eventurist will test his or her physical and mental stamina in this demanding, once-in-a-lifetime ride with the safety of expert PWC adventure riders and the support of escort boats leading the way. The all-inclusive trip includes a stay at the Double Tree Ocean Pointe Resort and Spa in Sunny Isle, Fla. and three nights at South Bimini’s finest property, Bimini Sands Resort and Marina.
“The Bimini Road Rally has truly become the personal watercraft industry’s premier, owner adventure ride.” says Tim McKercher, WaterTop general manager. “There is something very special about spending time in Bimini; with the stresses in today’s world people need to take more personal time. The Bimini Road Rally allows PWC enthusiasts to get away with no worries about anything, as we make it very easy to relax and have fun.”
Bimini is a unique destination with much folklore and famous electric blue waters. Eventurists will visit the sunken concrete ship, the Sapona, various aircraft crash sites, highly sought fountain-of-youth, Honeymoon Harbor, Alice Town, and the legendary Bimini Road – thought to be the path to the lost city of Atlantis.
The Bimini Road Rally is not for the faint of heart, as a trip into the Bermuda Triangle always brings uncertainty but the experienced WaterTop staff ensures eventurists have an incredible experience-of-a-lifetime. This Rally is limited to the first 20 people who meet the detailed criteria required for this trip.
“This is our staff’s favorite event of the year, every year, and we do a lot of events,” says McKercher. “The reason is it is fun, and everybody who participates always has a great time.”
For those who want to enjoy Bimini with their significant other, but would rather not take to the high seas, WaterTop offers to fly them from Ft. Lauderdale International Airport to Bimini and back with the WaterTop support staff via Continental Airlines.
The Participation fee is $2,250 per rider and $1,850 for a second person sharing the same room. This fee includes nearly everything during the trip including four nights accommodations, all meals, Bahamian Boating Permit (mandatory $150), 50 gallons of fuel in Bimini, WaterTop Gift Pack, and much more.