Visibility here wasn't quite as good but still perfectly acceptable. We dropped down the line and found another team had tied a reel in to the anchor so we just followed that out towards the west into deeper water. Met the other team just as they were turning their dive. A short distance further we found a cool little rock grotto with lots of overhangs and caves. The nudibranch population was heavy there, mainly Hermissenda crassicornis (including a tiny one less then 0.5in long) and Dialula sandiegensis. With all our goobering around we lost track of the direction back to the anchor. Started ascending along a small pinnacle and I was about to send up a surface marker when Pete spotted the line only a few feet away. A medium size school of blue rockfish passed by in the distance and then at the 30ft stop a large comb jelly came in close to let us have a look. Another great dive (although the ride home left something to be desired).