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    Videos from our Bimini trip a week ago

    Attached are the first two parts of My bimini Trip there are three more days to come but still working on them. We had 12 Jet Boats and 4 PWC in our group 2 SeaDoos a Kawasaki and a Yamaha. We crossed on a Monday and returned on a Saturday. We did a lot in 5 days and there were still things we wanted to do that we didnt get a chance to. Our group plans to go back next June or July. Scroll down through thread to see the rest of the videos




    Last edited by Broncosguru7; 07-20-2015 at 07:42 PM.

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    Awesome, where did you all leave from ??

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    Uhh...I probably would have turned around from looking at the conditions you guys left (Ft.Laud) in. Those conditions are only fun for the first 15 minutes...

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    Awesome, where did you all leave from ??
    Port Everglades (Ft. Lauderdale)

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    here is day 3


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sanfish View Post
    Uhh...I probably would have turned around from looking at the conditions you guys left (Ft.Laud) in. Those conditions are only fun for the first 15 minutes...

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenderjack View Post
    Awesome, where did you all leave from ??
    Port Everglades (Ft. Lauderdale)
    Yikes! I feel sore just watching it. You never mentioned how long of a first trip that is (edit: 5 hrs) but that pounding is relentless! I just did that a few weeks ago on a lake where a sudden storm blew in.

    It was about an hour to get back and it was rough for just that time!
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    The crossing took 5 hours when we came back the following Saturday it only took 1 hour and 45 minutes.

    Day 4 Video is below


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    Yes I had posted before I finished the 1st video - 5 hours - yikes.

    Shows you the difference when much calmer! Just a little better gas mileage too...!

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    What is the thing with the Flags? The past few awesome videos I've watched they placed a flag before coming into port and I was curious if this is a requirement.. Awesome Job, and huge Ball$ for not turning around in Ft Lauderdale with that BIG water...

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    Haha that looks like a calm day in the bay where I am from

    fun trip! Wish I was on the east coast,,,,, for this one reason only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rescue1 View Post
    What is the thing with the Flags? The past few awesome videos I've watched they placed a flag before coming into port and I was curious if this is a requirement.. Awesome Job, and huge Ball$ for not turning around in Ft Lauderdale with that BIG water...
    Quote Originally Posted by Wade's Page.com
    Entering the BahamasEntering the Bahamas requires dealing with two distinct groups, Immigaration and Customs. For boaters, it also involves flying flags that signal your entry status.
    Flag etiquette for small boats
    If US registered, fly the US Ensign on your starboard outrigger or radio antenna. When within sight of land in the Bahamas, run up the yellow quarrantine flag on the port outrigger, signifying know you are in Bahamian water and have not yet cleared. After clearing into the islands, replace the yellow flag with the Bahamian courtesy flag, which now signals your home country and that you've cleared into the current one. When returning to the US, temporarily replace the US flag with the yellow one, until you've cleared Customs there. All flags and the requisite clips are vailable at marine stores.
    http://www.wadespage.com/B800DS02RF00.shtml For more info.

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