This is the next public beach access point after Cranford Park in the Ten Mile Point neighborhood. Guenivere Place (that's the name of the road) ends in a tiny bay with some large exposed rocks (on the left they look like small islands). This area near shore is fairly flat and shallow underwater so I never really felt the need to dive here. On the chart there is a shallow reef a few hundred meters offshore. It also shows the far side of this reef going down to 60-70 feet fairly steeply. I always thought this reef was too far to swim to from shore, but I came here for a look in the summer when I could see it marked by kelp. The patch of kelp didn't seem that far so I decided to swim for it. I went at the end of June, 2006. I snorkeled out on the surface until I couldn't see the bottom (visibility was 10-15 feet). Halfway through the swim, I descended to see what the bottom was like. It was mostly mud, tiny reefs, and some kelp. There were lots of snake pricklebacks and some gunnels on the mud. I followed it down to 30 feet before going back up and finishing the swim to the kelp-marked reef on the surface. The whole swim took me around 15 minutes. I swam through the kelp and dropped down on the far side. The rocky bottom was as steep as I expected. It seemed to end at around 65 feet deep and then there was more mud. The rocks were covered with grey feather-like hydroids and orange colonial tunicates. There were some plumose anemones, California cucumbers, giant barnacles, sunflower stars (like every other dive in B.C.), staghorn bryozoans, purple urchins and patches of yellow sponge. It reminded me of Spring Bay with less fish (there were just a few small lingcod, kelp greenlings and copper rockfish) and more current. I didn't notice much current at the beginning of the dive, but it gradually became stronger and as I tried for the swim back, it was really going. It was pulling me away from shore because of a back-eddy. I won't dwell on the horrors of that swim. I just kept remembering that some people swim for fun. Anyway, I reached the beach over an hour later. I'll have to wait a few weeks for the memories to fade before I try that again.