31m, depth to top of wreck is 24m.
A small british steam ship built at Newcastle in 1895. On September 14 1918, while on passage to France from Swansea with a cargo of coal, she was hit by a torpedo from UB-103.
Twenty one crew, including the captain, were lost, only one man surviving – the Coxswain.
The wreck now lies upright on a sandy sea bed, her stern intact. Amidships, where the torpedo hit on her port side, there is much damage, as you would expect! Her boiler is partly exposed
The wreck is privately owned and you are not allowed to take anything. Also, even though we have never seen anything, human remains of the 21 crewmen who perished are still aboard – so please treat it with respect.