It's beautiful and remote
. Some Bahamian fishermen set up camps, but otherwise no settlements, marinas
, or anything. Nice caves, hiking to ruins, blue hole. Entries to the bay has no markers...make sure you have the right light and conditions so you can navigate. Anchorage can have significant surge. I'd recommend it only to experienced, adventurous cruisers, and only as a stopover during periods of settled weather
. Deep draft
vessels can enter from the east, but breakers may make that entrance unmanageable. Lots of coral
heads to dodge on the western entry, 5 or 6 foot draft can make it, but less makes it easier.