Anchored boats rest in the Bonaire harbor.

Harbors are safe places. For large boats. Small boats. Sailing boats. Anchored boats. All relaxing in the blue waters of the Caribbean. Many of the harbors are small enough that boats of all sizes and shapes mix together. From cruise ships to these small row boats.

In Bonaire, the harbor is between the main island and a small spit of land you can see in the distance. The water is almost like glass. But rippled. In deeper water, it can be like obsidian. Even though this water isn’t too deep, it still has hints of that smoothness. Mixed in with some wave action, for sure.



James Smith