Just an update on this site. The parking lot conditions have improved a lot. Not nearly as many homeless folks hanging around. The guy who will "watch your car" is no longer there, but there doesn't seem to be as much need for it. The place has really been "cleaned up" recently. This is almost always a good dive. In the winter it's one of the few diveable spots on the island and always has an abundance of sea life to see. Last week I saw a monk seal and almost always see multiple turtles. Often there are eagle rays and moray eels. It's shallow (30 feet tops), so it's easy to do an hour bottom time. Weekends you'll find many classes doing their first open water dive, but there's plenty of great underwater scenery to go around. It's a great dive to get you by until the north shore calms down.