There is nothing like being able to drop your anchor within a couple hundred yards of the shore (depending upon the draft of your boat), load up the dingy and head to shore for a refreshing swim on a hot day.
The Low Place offers not only that, but crystal clear water that is so warm and shallow that you can sit for hours on the sugar sand bottom. If you are lucky you may see a sea turtle or two swim by, as well as rays. This was our “Ah” time every afternoon for the nine days we were in Man O War. This is one of the calmest beaches we have found in our travels through the Bahamas, which is another reason it is so pleasant to just sit in the water and take in the views.
Once you tire of the water, walk up the beach to the little pavilion on the rocky outcropping and you will have gorgeous breathtaking views on each side. Being on the water, or near the water is a very spiritual experience for me, and being in the Low Place just re-energizes my soul!