924-ton British iron steamer, also rigged for sail, built 1870. 224ft x 28ft. Two-cylinder engine. Cargo: general including glassware, wool, potted foods, Antwerp to Glasgow.

Position: 50 38.03N; 00 18.43W.

Depth: 42m.
Sunk: 27 August, 1886, by collision in fog with French steamer San Martin.
Diving: Upright with bow broken off and lying port side to west. Engine clear of rest. Many wooden deadeyes. Jars of potted meat (contents stink!) and much broken glass near bow. Some intact Victorian light ale glasses, wine glasses and water jugs to be found. Bell recovered.
Launch: Goring, Shoreham.