4241-ton schooner-rigged Canadian steamer (formerly Grecian Monarch), built 1882. 381ft x 44ft. 316hp triple-expansion engines.

Armed: 3in gun.

Cargo: Government stores, including 16 hardhat divers helmets, London to St Johns, New Brunswick. Position: 50 33.57N; 02 41.33W. Depth: 33m.
Sunk: 15 April, 1918 by torpedo in port bow from UC-77 (Oberleutnant Johannes Ries). One survivor from crew of 56.
Diving: Heavy list to starboard on rock and sand seabed. Some continuing collapse of central section. Torpedo damage gave access for recovery of two diving helmets, but one lost while lifting. Other 14 helmets await lucky divers. Bell recovered.
Launch: Lyme Regis.