This is a series of shallow reefs off Dyer Rocks and Yarrow Point. They're marked by a navigational buoy and they drop down on the outside to over 100 feet deep. It's too far to swim from shore and I came here on a dive boat charter (Ogden Point). We didn't intend to dive this area, but the wind was up on the Sidney side of the peninsula, so we came here for a second dive after Wain Rock (March 15, 2009). We anchored about 40 feet deep and I swam out to the outside of the marker underwater. Visibility was around 10 feet in the shallows, but it cleared up to 40-50 feet below 50 feet deep. There was a rolling, gently sloping rocky reef with the occasional group of boulders. At 70 feet deep, I was surprised to see a feather star. Then they were all over the place. I almost felt like I was in Nanaimo. Feather stars are so rare in the Victoria area that I've only seen about 2 of them in hundreds of dives. Here, they're even clustered together. They continued down past 100 feet deep. There was also a fair amount (for the Inlet) of white plumose anemones, swimming anemones, kelp greenlings, quillback, copper and brown rockfish and a lingcod on eggs. At around 100 feet deep I saw a boulder covered with zoanthids. I wanted to keep going farther and deeper, but my computer told me to turn around. I didn't see any big walls, sponges or sixgills, but those feather stars were a strange surprise.