This was a 375 Ton fishing trawler of steel construction built in 1908 by Cochrane and Sons of Selby and was based in Boulogne when she foundered in a storm, reportedly in the Thames Estuary area on the 10 Jan 1937. She is actually positioned 2 miles to the East of the Falls Bank off of Ramsgate.
This is not the wreck of the same name listed in Dive Kent.
Diving: This intact trawler is upright and 5m proud in a max depth of 40m, the large holds are open and empty and the wreck is teaming with lobsters. It is 35m along the decks where you can get a great feel for this shipwreck where many of the deck fittings and structure are still intact.