After exploring a bit of the southwest beach, the long tail captain took us to the middle of the east coast. From here we tied off to the only buoy we could see. The visibility was good (8 meters) but dropped to around 4 meters when we got to the south-east corner. Here we saw a blue dragon nudibranch but a friend clouded the water. So I swam over a bit and found another, much smaller, but very beautiful nudibnranch (photo: Nudibranch 1 and 2). Once we rounded the corner the entire south side of the island had long whip corals along the boulders. We then rounded the south-west corner and went north. Both corners were met with strong full-moon currents. After making our way north we surfaced about ten minutes later.