270-ton paddlesteamer, built 1834. 180ft x 22ft. Cargo: cloth, hardware, soap, boiler plate and spinning gear. Hull for Dundee.

Position: 55 38.40N; 01 37.25W.

Depth: 8m.
Sunk: 7 September, 1838, by engines breakdown, storm winds and striking the Big Harcar Rock, Farne Islands. 18 survivors out of 63. Nine were saved by William Darling, keeper of Longstone Lighthouse, and his daughter Grace.
Diving: Wreck is on south-west tip of Harcar Rock; little is obvious amid kelp; some timbers, plates, air intakes, steel ladder, and anchor. Some experienced divers use strong north-south tides in Piper Gut to fly over the Grace Darling wreckage, which is mixed with cannon from other ships.
Launch: Seahouses, Beadnell, Bamburgh.