Clover Point is the Western point of Ross Bay. This is the Eastern point. I couldn't find a name for it on a chart, but it seemed to be a somewhat-uninteresting, not-too-steep slope to less than 30 feet deep. Nevertheless, I've had some good shallow dives along the Victoria/Esquimalt waterfront so I gave this place a try (Feb. 26, 2009). There's a small turnaround area with room for a few cars to park and a concrete walkway down to the beach. Underwater, there was a rocky reef topped with stalked kelp that flattened out at about 20 feet deep. Visibility was around 15 feet. There were more rocky reefs here and there out on the flat bottom. Compared to other shallow Juan de Fuca Strait dives, this place seemed a bit "silty". There were the usual fish-eating anemones and the stalked kelp had plenty of brooding anemones, but I hardly saw any fish. I only saw 2 small kelp greenlings and a sailfin sculpin. My favorite area was up near the surface, where the reefs were topped with surfgrass, anemones and encrusting sponge. The surge keeps this area relatively clean-swept and colourful. This is where I saw the sailfin sculpin, only 5 feet deep. I won't bother coming here again, but it was still a decent way to spend an hour or so.