.She was built in 1870. She was a 1924 ton British Iron Steamer but was also rigged for sail. She had a two cylinder engine with single boiler. She was used for general transport of goods including glassware, potted foods and wool between Antwerp and Glasgow. She sunk on 19th August 1886 when she collided in fog with a French mercant ship called the San Martin.
Upright with bow broken off and lying portside to west. Engine is clear of the rest, many wooden dead eyes, jars of potted meat (the contents stink) and much broken glass near the bow. Some intact Victorian ale glasses, wine glasses and water jugs are to be found scattered across the sea bed. The bell has been recovered.