This is "The Sandbar" where hundreds of boats congregate every weekend to drink and party. Unfortunately, this is about as close as we got.
Here's Melissa who was super nice to us while in Key Biscayne. We had a lot of fun hanging out with her in No Name!
You can probably just make out the "LAST" at the top of our depth reading. From here on out we were in water from 500' to 3000' deep.
Here we are playing follow the leader. If you click on the picture, you can see Kristen and Casey ahead of us in the dinghy sounding out the channel to Bimini Sands. It's all the way to the left of the leftmost rock formation. It turned out that we had 7' of water (and could have had a little more) at high tide, so we were fine.
Here we are filling out the pile of customs and immigrations forms. Some of the questions were funny. They provided us with all of the forms at the Marina and then I took a 3 mile van ride ($8 round trip, and they waited for me) to the airport to check in.
Check out some of the questions (click on the picture to enlarge). I think these forms are more meant for larger vessels.