I got the feeling that this spot, never mind the southernmost buoy shows the end-of-the-road feeling that embodies Key West for many visitors.
They gathered, they stood around and they stared at the waters of the harbor, as unattainable as the dark side of the moon.
The southernmost point as depicted by the buoy on South Street is where the tourists line up to be photographed but here at the end of Simonton Street you can stand and think unmolested.
There is a snack bar here taking up much of the beach which is small enough.
Loggerhead? Lagerheads! Not a bad spot I dare say to sit and sip and watch Apollo vanish for the night.
A whole fleet of southernmost anchor-outs bobbing at anchor beyond the reach of the land bound: