Although called a wreck dive, in fact the retired double ender vessel was a BC Ferry at one time long ago and purposely sunk for divers to enjoy. It was meant to be placed in slightly deeper waters but came to rest in just 10 meters and at low tides the top of the structure lies just below the surface. With the ebbing tides exiting Gowlland Harbour, there can be a bit of current but less than the main channels of Discovery Passage. There is a strong population of Kelp Greenling and Copper and Quillback Rockfish making their home around the wreck. A section of black and white tiles from the vessel seem to sit as a chess board for urchins and Plumose Anemones to play against each other. It's nearly impossible to pass by and not make a move to help the towering anemones beat the spiny urchins. This is good habitat for creatures like Giant Pacific Octopus and even the tiny Grunt Sculpins enjoy the area.