The Agency’s exclusive listing at Blue Hole Bay, which features the deepest blue hole in the world, Dean’s Blue Hole, is once again in the spotlight, this time on CBS’s “60 Minutes” in a special report about the death-defying feats of free divers. The extreme sport has athletes diving great depths on one breath, pushing the boundaries of what doctors thought possible.

Bob Simon covers the story for “60 Minutes,” and focuses in on world champion free driver William Trubridge of New Zealand. Trubidge trains for his world record attempts at Dean’s Blue Hole, which plunges 663 feet down into a seemingly bottomless blue depth and is officially designated one of the Top 77 Natural Wonders of the World.

Click “play” below to watch the fascinating story about Dean’s Blue Hole and the sport of free diving.

Dean’s Blue Hole is situated in the 180-acre Blue Hole Bay, a truly one-of-a-kind property. This slice of paradise in the Bahamas is one of, if not the, definitive trophy parcels of the Caribbean and is open-zoned and thus limited only by one’s imagination, whether a large resort or development of ultra exclusive private homes.

Read more about Blue Hole Bay, including Dean’s Blue Hole, on our exclusive listing page here.

For an addition “60 Minutes” story on the allure and mystique of Dean’s Blue Hole, watch the video below.