This is a small island next to Smyth Head on the East side of Becher Bay. I came here for a dive on April 11, 2010. I did my usual "throw my anchor up onto the rocks" and swam out on the West side of the island. This is a typical, shallow, Strait of Juan de Fuca spot that gets some surge, but not much current. Underwater, the island dropped down in walls, ledges and slopes of boulders to about 40 feet deep. Visibility was 20-30 feet. There was the expected variety of kelp (bull, stalked, feather boa, etc.), piles of urchins and fish-eating anemones. There were also a few plumose anemones, large sand anemones and cup corals. I didn't see many fish at all. There were several kelp greenlings and a lonely perch. The shallows were covered with surf grass, barnacles and mussels (including lots of large California mussels).