Here are a few images I got several months ago but never published. It's the Placencia Pointe. The very end of a 24 mile turn of from the Southern Highway in Belize. Mile Marker 24 sits right on the sand a few feet from the ocean. The above image is of a boat that hasn't moved for more than a year. No idea who it belongs to or how long it will be there.
Looking WestLooking west off the Placencia Pier. The thin strip of land you see on the horizon, left frame, is the mainland. Placencia CayePlacencia Caye is a small island immediately south of Placencia Pointe. It's pretty typical to see a dozen or more sailboats and small yachts moored to the left of the frame. Looking NorthThis is the view from near the end of the pier. You can see Placencia Village, Belize in the background. Looking West Off The Placencia PierStanding on the edge of the pier looking west before sunrise. You can see the sand bar and beach near the horizon line. It's the best stretch of public beach on the entire peninsula. I've see dophins swim along these shores with guests here. The Placencia PierHere's the view before the hustle and bustle of the day. During the day, you'll see children, visitors, fisherman, local folks taking time off during the day.