Maintain good trim
Gear up at the tables, then carry fins and lights to the floating dock for entry.
Use care and proper trim for this dive, as both the bottom of the basin and
bottom of the cavern is filled with leafy debris.
It will silt up badly on contact
or when finning near it with feet down trim.
I like to descend to the right side, over the rock with the 1960's peace symbol on it,
then steeply down the guideline to where the line makes the turn back upward.
At this point, where you go next depends on the visibility.
The bottom of the cavern is just below, but filled with leafy debris.
I've been there when it was crystal clear and also when it was so silty it was
difficult to stay on the line when only a few feet from it.
Even if it's clear, only visit the bottom if you're sure of your
buoyancy control. If you silt it up, you'll be well off the guideline out.
As you exit upward over the large rock, there's a fissure worth exploring on the right.
As in Devil's Den, the walls at the intermediate depths have many small shell fossils.