Photo – Robert Roslyn
Located just to the south west of Portland close to pulpit rock. Originally the site was overlooked by a naval radio relay station with lots of ariels hence the site name. The sea bed is slope down to a depth of about 30m, and is made up of ledges so you can keep to the shallow depths around 20m easily, it is often inhabited by lots of flatfish. The mussel beds are also covered in starfish at certain times of the year. Lots of sea life at this site.