4008-ton British steamer, built 1906. 350ft x 51ft. 316hp triple-expansion engines.

Cargo: Coal, Cardiff for Cape Town.

Position: 51 04.07N; 04 24.28W.

Depth: 20m.
Sunk: 3 December, 1909, by foundering in Bristol Channel off Clovelly in gale; 23 out of 30 crew lost.
Diving: Ribs stand proud, outlining wreck. Collapsed inwards. Big boilers and engine room machinery exposed. Deep scour round entire stern section. Beware hooks, lines and grapnels - much loved by anglers.
Launch: Appledore.