There are actually 2 scuba outfits - one on South Bimini, but the main one is in Alicetown. They have moorings at various dive sites, and in addition to the scuba trips they do a wild dolphin swim. The picture is of the old hotel where they kept the dive boat.
They have a snorkel with the wild dolphins trip which is expensive, but if you are interested in swimming with the dolphins, this is a must-do. Tame dolphins only live about a year in captivity so IMHO one should not support operations that feature swims with captive dolphins. This is a good alternative. They are reported to have an 80% success rate at sighting and swimming with dolphins.
Scuba Dive on 'The Bimini Road'... Many people have concluded Bimini to be one of the possible sites of the lost city of Atlantis.
Their evidence lies 20 to 30 feet below the surface of the water. There are several large stones that appear to have been quarried into retangles and laid end to end; thus, forming a road. After having dove on the site, I must admit the stones do look as though they were placed there.
The Compleat Angler is a hotel on North Bimini that was built in the 1930s. It has been made famous by the likes of Ernst Hemingway, who used to stay at the hotel from time to time and probably frequented the bar even more than that. Today, Calypso music pour from its doorways, little rings are tossed onto little hooks sticking out from the wall and rum flows from bottles behind the bar.