Really belongs in Seacombe Sea Walls but sits better here with the other DWS.
Traverse past The Loop, drop down L to big ledges and continue round the arete to a spiky, juggy ledge. Climb up from the L hand side of the juggy ledge, passing the R hand end of a flat square incut ledge. Press on up a faint groove using a crack and some good hidden holds (don't look down). S1, climb it at high tide, preferably Springs!
S L Titt