5250-ton cruiser, built 1910. 450ft x 48ft. Armed with guns and torpedo tubes.

Position: 53 58.93N; 00 04.50W. Depth: 16m.
Sunk: 19 August, 1916, by two torpedoes from U-63, while under tow, having been hit in starboard side in previous torpedo attack from U-66. One stoker died later, after all crew taken off.
Diving: Very broken due to salvage after war using 4 tons of gelignite. Bronze propellers removed. Mangled wreck lies north-south on sand and shingle with scour on land side. Fascinating dive for novices and rummagers.
Launch: Bridlington.