This is a small island (on the South side of Skidegate Inlet) that's connected to Moresby Island at low tide. There's no name for it on the chart. It's about an 8-kilometer drive down a rough logging road from the Alliford Bay ferry terminal. The marine chart shows a steep drop to about 100 feet deep on the far side of the island. My father-in-law drove me out here in his truck on April 20, 2012. I doubt my car could have handled the never-ending series of potholes. We parked in a small clearing next to the road and I swam out across a shallow bay to the far side of the island. The steep rock island dropped down underwater in a wall to about 60 feet deep. Visibility was about 20 feet. As I followed the wall it became deeper (70-80 feet). The wall was covered with the now-expected brown cup corals and some white and orange burrowing cucumbers. There were also quite a few nudibranchs (mostly opalescent). The only fish I saw on this dive was a small black rockfish hiding in a crack under an overhang. Except for a few ledges, the wall was straight down with some angular overhangs. During my swim back near the top of the wall, I saw a hooded nudibranch and I spent some time taking photos of it before swimming around the corner and seeing thousands of them on the eelgrass in the shallow bay.