6878-ton banana boat liner of Elder and Fyffes, built 1925. 425 ft x 55ft.

Position: 51 17.83N; 03 44.80W.

Depth: 30m.
Sunk: 28 May, 1940, by magnetic mine in Bristol Channel, in ballast, Avonmouth to Jamaica and Colombia. Seven of 97 crew and three of 29 passengers died.
Diving: Owned by Ilfracombe BSAC. Stands upright and well proud. Bow plates are collapsing inward. Teak decking still to be seen. Hull had 300 portholes, many left.
Launch: Ilfracombe, North Devon.