This artificial reef is an ex-Canadian destroyer sunk about 2 miles off Mission Beach. It's lying on it's side on the sand 100' deep with the shallowest part (the side of the hull) at 60' deep. I came here on a dive charter (Waterhorse) on Oct. 19, 2014. Visibility was about 30' going down the line, but on the wreck, visibility dropped to 10-15'. The side of the hull facing up was pretty bare except for some kelp. I dropped over the side to what used to be the upper decks and superstructure. This area (70-100' deep) was much more colourful. Almost every surface was covered with strawberry anemones and plumose anemones. There were also lots of gorgonian corals. Schools of silvery fish swirled around the wreck. I would have liked more time to look around, but the depths and my single tank only let me stay for 30 minutes.