1879-ton steamer, built 1911. 279ft x 40ft. Armed.

Cargo: Empty used shellcases for renovation in Britain. Dunkirk to Blyth.

Position: 53 50.92N; 00 12.45E.

Depth: 25m.
Sunk: 18 October,1917, by torpedo 20 miles south of Flamborough Head. No deaths.
Diving: Broken into two main parts near boiler and engines. Spare iron prop lying aft of boiler. Much debris including coils of wire between two sections. Main interest is holds, where cargo of 18-pounder shell cases were carried. Despite commercial salvage, local divers call this a shellcase supermarket and ration divers to two shells each!
Launch: Bridlington.