I tried to go to the wreck of the Fanny today off Discovery Island, but the waves at the Cattle Point launch ramp kept throwing my boat around as I tried to load it so I gave up and had a shore dive at Saxe Point instead. Visibility was about 15-20 feet except where the clouds of shrimp reduced it to about 6 feet. I've never seen so many hooded nudibranchs as I've seen here today. There were thousands of them clustered on the stalked kelp throughout the dive. Because of the shallow depths, I managed to stay down for 70 minutes before surfacing with 1000 psi left. I had to give up because I was shivering and almost painfully numb. I have no idea how local tech divers can pull off multi-hour dives without hypothermia-induced organ-failure.