These islands were once a hub for vessels traveling from Europe, South America, and other ports, in addition to being a haunt of pirates. As a result, the waters of Acklins & Crooked Island are littered with wrecks of vessels of all ages and sizes, such as the "Million Dollar Mistake" in Crooked Island, and others at Mira Por Vos Cays and Castle Island. You can also experience some of the most fascinating natural dive sites in the world, including wall dives about 200 yards from shore that start at 40 feet, and a blue hole cavern 50 feet offshore. There is no formal dive operation here, but a few certified scuba divers are available to accompany small groups; tanks are available for rent.