Number 14  

 12,358-ton British P & O liner, built 1911. Used as royal yacht for Delhi celebrations of coronation of King George V. 550ft x 63ft. Armed: 1914. 1164hp quadruple-expansion engines.

Cargo: General, including copper ingots, India for London. Position: 50 12.42N; 03 32.18W. Depth: 60m.
Sunk: 28 April, 1917 by torpedo in starboard side from UB-31. Six engine-room crew killed, 411 passengers and crew saved.
Diving: Upright, 15 list to port. Reasonably intact despite salvage of copper and passengers baggage from forward holds. Stern most damaged and sinking into mud of seabed. Bulkheads collapsing, compartments folding down.
Launch: Salcombe; Dartmouth.