I've visited many remote lodges, and I know how hard it is to maintain high levels of service when all supplies must be brought in by boat. These folks are doing a tremendous job.
We stayed in a casita, and it was just as nice a first-class room as you could ask for, with fridge, AC (didn't need it), rooftop hammocks. Even wireless internet!
Was very impressed with the dive operation. Ian and Emily are super-friendly and, unlike the frustrated comedians that so often seem to become divemasters, you can tell they really love what they're doing. Chico grew up on a nearby caye, and has been guiding divers in these waters for 17 years! Loads of great snorkeling and diving sites are a short and easy boat trip away.
Alas, I had no time to sample the fishing, but you can arrange flats and other trips, and the permit fishing is said to be superb.
Cute coatis roam the island, feeding on the thousands of crabs.
One minor quibble: the food is hearty and good, in fact better than the average that you'll get in Belize, but doesn't come up to gourmet standard to match the quality of the rooms and overall experience. Perhaps a woman's touch is needed? :>D
This is a great place to dive, to fish, to lie around and do nothing, and to meet interesting fellow travelers.More