upright but listing at 60' to port
Built 1911 by Richardson, Duck & Co, with a steam triple expansion engine, triple boilers and a single screw. This British merchantman was sunk by torpedo by German Submarine UB-29 whilst on route from Newport to Boulogne with a cargo shells and shell cases. All crew were saved but sank with all four holds full of ammunition.
She lies with her stern and bows intact, but is listing about 60 degrees on her port side, with bows to the west. The stern stands proud by 13m high shell and ammunition is scattered all around.