277-ton trawler, built for Royal Navy as George Corten in 1918. Became commercial fishing trawler 1921 as Zencon. Requisitioned as Naval minesweeper 1939. 125ft x 25ft. Position: 50 39.68N; 00 35.32W.

Depth: 26m.
Sunk: 2 December, 1944, in heavy weather when under tow after engine failure.
Diving: Upright, slight list starboard. Sanded to gunwales. 12-pounder gun and shells on foredeck. Derrick on bow with sweep wire. Remains of twin machine guns on port side towards the stern.
Launch: Bognor, Littlehampton.