A 1092 Tons Norwegian steamship that struck a mine laid by UC-6 and sank on 31st October 1915 whilst she was carrying a cargo of coal to France, she is 76m long with a beam of 11.6m and a 5.4m draught.
Diving: This is a big wreck, intact and on its side with its cargo of coal on the seabed around her. She is on her port side in 30m and stands up 10m proud. There are some big, taunt anchor chains running out from the bow end. This wreck is not far outside the eastern entrance of Dover harbour and quite close inshore where she gets some shelter from the cliffs and harbour walls in bad weather conditions.
As she is close inshore she can have very poor viz though, and is very easy to swim into.