495-ton, three-masted steamship, built 1874. 182ft x 24ft.

Cargo: Granite kerb stones, Aberdeen to Newport. Position: 56 16.17N; 05 41.05W.

Depth: 5-25m.
Sunk: 15 August, 1900, by hitting Bono Reef, Balvicar, near Oban, in fog. All saved.
Diving: Wreck is in gullies near top of reef, which runs down to 30m. First dived by Tunbridge Wells BSAC in 1994. Ribs and plates around engine and condenser. Surrounded by kerb stones from cargo. Single screw is of iron.
Launch: RIBs at Easdale, Isle of Seil; hard boat at Balvicar, near Oban.