This large steel steamship was built in 1913 at Greenock and was 4091 Tons sailing from Portland, USA to London with a General Cargo when she struck a mine and became another victim of the very successful UC-6 on 26 March 1916. All onboard were saved.
Diving: The wreck sits in a max depth of 33m and is quite intact although large sections are quite plain as the ships sides appear to have collapsed inwards giving a fairly flat profile. The bridge however is fairly intact and the area she is in can have some quite stunningly clear viz, although not when I have dived her. She stands up to 7-8m proud but an average depth of 29m would be a reasonable expectation.