3885-ton British steamer, built 1910. 350ft x 50ft. Armed. 353hp triple-expansion engines. Cargo: In ballast, Le Havre for Cardiff.

Position: 50 21.63N; 03 24.62W.

Depth: 48m.
Sunk: 15 September,1918, by two torpedoes from UB-103 commanded by Kapitanleutnant Paul Hundius, while at periscope depth four miles off Berry Head. Sank immediately with all 18 crew.
Diving: Upside-down, bow cracked open, 12m proud. Bow damage caused by torpedoes, otherwise intact and remarkably well preserved. Beware fishing nets.
Launch: Dartmouth.