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Start with your feet on the holds far under the boulder and hands at hip height. Move up to the loose looking block, then up to big, bomber, horizontal pinch, then top out. This climb is best at mid-low tide or you'll have waves crashing under you while you climb, hence the name.
Go down the stone stairs, turn left, and make your way across the rocky area to the stone beach. You will see the dark colored "nugget" against the wall in "The Dungeon".
The small, uneven landing doesn't hold a crash pad right, but it's a short climb and it's decently safe.