This full rigged sailing schooner with an Iron hull built in 1876 T Royden and Sons of Liverpool was sailing from Dunkerque to Cardiff in Ballast when she was lost off Dover on 19 Jan 1889 following a collision.
Diving: This nice wreck is in a max depth of 31m, standing about 5m proud and only about 10m from the bigger Lariston. This is a nice clean wreck and you can enter her holds which are large, clean and empty. I have a definite feel of diving a sailing ship whenever I have dived her. Her bell has been recovered.