11,140-ton New Zealand Shipping Company triple-screw three-deck liner, built 1910. 484ft x 62ft. Armed: 4.7in on stern.

Cargo: 5600 tons general New Zealand goods, Wellington via Newport News for London, 238 passengers.

Position: 50 18.47N; 02 59.73W. Depth: 55m.
Sunk: 22 March, 1917, by torpedo from UC-17. One crew-member killed.
Diving: 11m proud, upright, slight list to port, intact fore and aft. Much collapsed amidships and around engine room, which leaves six-cylinder steam engines showing well clear. Bell recovered.
Launch: Lyme Regis.