Two minute ride from the marina.
Dive site is located directly in front of the Riding Rock Inn.
Type of mooring: fixed line with pick up line on a float ball.
Site briefing:The depth under the boat is forty feet with the back of the boat trailing over the wall. The drop off here is very dramatic and forms a straight cliff down to 100 feet. The edge of the wall varies from 40 to 50 feet. There is a sloping plateau that drifts from 100 to 160 feet before becoming vertical to la la land. The top of the wall is fairly flat with some excellent macro subjects along the edge. One of the few sites that we see fingerprint cyphomas. We frequently dive here at night and find lots of small creatures like orange ball corallimorphs, neck crabs and nudibranchs. There are some large sand patches to search towards shore. Hammerheads are occasionally seen swimming above the plateau.
How to dive it:cover a rectangular area along the wall in both directions and also 100 feet in from the wall. The deeper wall from 60 down has some beautiful growth and a few large coral heads in 120 feet of water.
We go there: usually as a second or night dive.