The good: the snorkeling, view and ambience here is close to ideal. The channel next to this motu is perfect (its where the pricey resorts bring guests to snorkel - but they wont impact your stay). We spent most of the day on the raised decks watching the colors and changing weather. Its incredibly beautiful. You can snorkel from the beach and you are instantly there - or go for a 2 hour float around the channel. There are several good paddle boats.
Host Jimmie - chef, snorkel guide and coconut master - provides wholesome meals and as much or little assistance as you need. (Meal prices were about $40 for dinner and $25 for breakfast - brkfst was pretty much same every morning).
The not-so-good: No wine or spirits. Fortunately we came fortified with enough of our own supply of cocktails, but evening wine was missed. I suppose you can be taken into town (for a price) to get your own. This may be due to the recent covid issues - we were the only ones at the resort - and i believe the websight says they do have wine?
There are no chairs outside your bungalow. This is not a place you will find very comfortable hanging out in your room. The property feels a bit worn and unkempt - again, not sure if this a temporary condition due to lack of guests. The motu has several other structures on it, some abandoned, some occupied, so you wont have the island all to yourself
Overall this is a wonderful alternative to the absurdly priced big resorts and will get you closer to nature.