As far as I can tell, Christopher Point is the most Southerly point of Vancouver Island. It sticks out into the Strait of Juan de Fuca near Race Passage. It's very exposed to wind and waves, but I was out in my boat on a glass-calm day (Sept. 7, 2015) so I threw my anchor up on the rocks and went for a dive. I timed the dive for the Race Passage current table slack and I only felt about a 1/2-knot current underwater. Visibility was pretty good (30-40'). The bottom at the part of the point I was diving didn't drop down very steeply. Once past the bull kelp bed near shore, there was a rubble/boulder/gradually-stepping rocky bottom that I followed down to about 70' deep. I was a bit disappointed by the marine life considering the current-swept location. There were urchins and a few fish-eating and crimson anemones here and there, but I didn't see the piles of anemones and colour I was expecting. Since this is the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the obligatory Steller's sealion paid a visit. There were a few small lingcod and some Puget Sound king crabs. I'm still planning on coming back eventually to have a look at the more Eastern side of the point where the chart shows a steeper, deeper drop.