181-ton former Grimsby fishing trawler, built 1902. Requisitioned as minesweeper in WWI and as dan (marker buoy) layer in WWII. 108ft x 19ft. Armed.

Position: 50 18.40N; 04 10.20W.

Depth: 27m.
Sunk: 27 November, 1940, by hitting sea mine dropped by German aircraft near the Penlee Point entrance to Plymouth Sound. All saved.
Diving: Stands upright, 5m proud of sand, badly damaged on port side. Bows complete with winch. Entry possible to engine room. Much dived and has been stripped of brass and other fittings.
Launch: Fort Bovisand.