This hired Admiralty steel hulled trawler of 211 Ton, 39m long by 7m beam, sank after striking a mine laid by a German submarine on the 29 Jan 1918 whilst patrolling the Dover Barrage as part of the Dover Patrol. Of the crew only 2 deckhands of the 13 survived.
Diving: The wreck is upright with a very slight list to Port in a max depth of 35m, she is up to 5m proud and very intact apart from the mine damage to the stern. The decking has largely gone now and it is very easy to drop into the holds which have a lot of ammunition in them. They are quite full of sand but with care you can have a good look around in the gap between the top and the deck.
There are lots of exit points and the decks are at a general depth of 31m with the top of the cargo at about 33m. This wreck is on the very edge of the shipping lanes and care should be taken when diving although the currents will push you up and down channel along the edge of the lanes and not into them.