The entrance to Jimmy’s Cave located in the Seal Rocks area is a vertical chimney running from the rubble pile at 24 meters depth, down to the main cave at 35 meters depth. From the bottom of the chimney a tapering crack boast lobsters, shrimp and other creatures. In the opposite direction is the passage through the Jimmy’s Cave. There are three exits between 35 and 27 meters depth, and a fourth exit by why of another chimney running from 27 meters to 15 meters depth. Jimmy’s Cave is an excellent cave dive, but it is still a comparatively deep, fully enclosed cave dive and should not be attempted without a guide and at least an Advanced Open Water Certification.