1218-ton British steamer, built 1899. 250ft x 35ft. Cargo: General, London for Belfast.

Position: 51 07.73N; 01 25.03E. Depth: 25m.
Sunk: 31 October, 1915, by hitting mine in field laid by UC-6 off the Downs, north-east of Dover. One of four ships sunk in same field within four hours.
Diving: Bow broken from main wreckage by mine explosion on starboard side forward of bridge. Bow 10m clear of main wreckage, up-ended pointing towards surface, 8m proud. Beware unstable debris in break. The owners welcome divers, but not trophy-hunters.
Launch: St Margarets Bay.