A small motor vessel of 466 Tons she was on a voyage from Greenhithe to Llanelly with a cargo of cement when she was attacked by German aircraft and sunk 7 miles off of Dungeness on the 10 July 1940.
Today the wreck lies in 30m of water, upright and intact, standing 5m proud and quite silt free in a nice sandy area. The hull is very intact with a slight list to Port. The superstructure at the rear is badly damaged and the most interesting part, making for a nice rummage.
There are lots of scallops in this area and she is very easily recognisable from this picture.