582-ton British steamer, built 1921. 165ft x 27ft. Cargo: In ballast, Belfast to Trevor.

Position: 54 06.03N; 04 46.02W.

Depth: 15m.
Sunk: 17 March, 1931, by running aground in thick fog. Ten of 12 crew lost.
Diving: Close to cliff, boiler and engine clear. Iron propeller in place. Bow section partly intact carrying spare propeller, winches, chain and anchor. Bow faces south and stern north. Many wrasse greet divers in hope of food being stirred up.
Launch: Port Erin, Isle of Man.