1724-ton British steamer, built 1883. 259ft x 36ft. Cargo: General, including chloride (on deck in stone jars), glassware, coal, spirits, beer, building materials, Glasgow for Trinidad. Position: 55 51.67N; 04 57.12W.

Depth: 34m.
Sunk: 29 September, 1895, by collision in fog with Norwegian steamer Flos. All saved.
Diving: Upright and intact. Settled into mud seabed. Popular with Clyde divers, despite often low viz. Collision damage to be seen on starboard bow. Masts and derricks lie across holds crammed with bottles. Engine room can be visited via funnel hole. Take a big torch!
Launch: Largs.