While anchored in Slaughter Harbor, we took a little dinghy ride over to Goat Island. Those island looks like it is made up of volcanic rock hovering over the white sandy beach, but in reality it is all limestone! The limestone has simply been stained dark with time and eroded away in this fierce manner to create the appearance of a pumice like structure.
The sand was so fine and fluffy, we could tell that this island is not frequently trafficked.
The small fish that lived in the shallow pools along with the conch and starfish made every step around this island seem like a magical experience! The beauty of cruising in the Bahamas is that every island you land on is unique and there is a very good chance that you are the only one there.