Blue Hole Bay is a 180-acre property in the Bahamas. The price tag? $24-million. No airport. No hotel. No golf course. No frozen margaritas.
So what’s the draw, then, for this particular secluded slice of land? Eager extreme divers flock to the 663-foot-deep Dean’s Blue Hole, the deepest saltwater hole in the world and therefore the world’s “mecca of free diving”
It’s an expensive hole.