Bimini Big Game Club’s newly completed pool hosting swimming for children participating in Royal Bahamas Police Force’s summer camp

The splish, splash and laughter from dozens of local children will be a common scene at the Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina as management hosts the swimming camp sessions for the Royal Bahamas Police Force¹s 2015 Summer Camp through July 31st.
The splish, splash and laughter from dozens of local children will be a common scene at the Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina as management hosts the swimming camp sessions for the Royal Bahamas Police Force¹s 2015 Summer Camp through July 31st.

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he splish, splash and laughter from dozens of local children will be a common scene at the Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina as management hosts the swimming camp sessions for the Royal Bahamas Police Force¹s 2015 Summer Camp through July 31st.

Having fun is just part of the swimming activities for these youngsters ages 5 to 16 as Big Game Divers, the resort¹s dive operation, helps mentor the group with lessons and safety. Corey Wood, the resort¹s dive shop manager, and members of his team along with the Bimini Division of the Royal Bahamas Police Force are providing the instruction.

Swimming is just part of the Summer Camp, which also includes educational classes, quality of life sessions, arts and crafts and much more, according to Superintendent Wendell Smith. Breakfast and box lunches are included.

Bimini boasts the largest summer Youth Camp in the Bahamas with 160 children.

The new, larger pool (44-feet by 60-feet) is part of a $5.6 million renovation of the 51-room, 75-slip full service marina at the Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina in Alice Town.

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