I guess I don't have a better name for this place, but it's a small beach just South of the Oak Bay Marina on Beach Drive. I tried it on Oct. 5, 2007. I parked on the road and walked down the concrete ramp to the small bay. I decided to try it because the chart showed some kind of shallow reef sticking out from the right-hand point of the bay. I swam out across the coarse-sand bottom to the point, descended and swam out to the right. Sure enough, there was a rocky reef topped with surf grass and the occasional boulder that bottomed out at around 30 feet deep. I swam out for a bit out past the reef, but it was just a flat plain of sand, rubble and bottom kelp. I did see a great sculpin out on the sand. Back on the rocky reef, I noticed that the sides of the boulders were covered with colourful tunicates, encrusting sponge and various nudibranchs. According to the "Tide View" current software, there can be a knot or two of current here, but I went during "slack". Visibility was around 20-30 feet. I didn't see many fish on the reef, just a few kelp greenlings hiding in the surfgrass, a school of tubesnouts, a copper rockfish and the occasional perch. Back near shore, there was a variety of old junk that must have been tossed in from people's back yards (old bricks, broken glass, a ladder, scraps of iron, copper pipes, etc.). I don't think I'll come back, but it was still a nice shallow-and-bright, no-rush dive.