Dean’s Blue Hole plunges an amazing 663 feet (202 meters) to the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, making it the world’s deepest blue hole. The entrance is 25 x 30 meters wide. Further down the blue hole becomes larger and larger, until the diameter reaches approximately 100 m. It is one of the largest known underwater cave rooms in the world. The sea water here is lucid and unusually calm, extending the visibility to up to 30 meters deep. A popular destination for divers and visitors from all over the world, the hole was the location of the recent free diving world record of 274 ft. (83 meters).
Clarence Town is the capital of Long Island and has a population of approximately 350 people. It has a marina, two restaurants as well as the government dock where the mail boat docks on a weekly basis. It also has a small grocery store, gas station and a small pub as well as a police station, post office and community centre. There are two churches in Clarence Town, both designed by John Hawes, of similar appearance with their twin towers. One is Anglican/Episcopal, named St. Paul's Anglican Church. The other is Roman Catholic, named St. Peter and Paul.