this out-island of the Bahamas, 160 miles Southeast of Nassau, is 80 miles long by 4 miles at its widest points, no wonder it is
called LONG island! Once known as YUMA by the Lucayan-Arawak Indians, then named
Fernandina by Christopher Columbus, Long Island counts today 3,000 inhabitants. It is a most scenic island with two different shore lines (Atlantic
Ocean and Caribbean Sea), the deepest known blue hole in the world (Dean's blue
hole 663'), a paradise for nature lovers, and
most of all, it is very peaceful.
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