Number 97  
6057-ton Belgian grain-carrier, built 1920 as Ultor. 418ft x 55ft.
Cargo: Wheat and general. Buenos Aires for Antwerp.
Position: 50 15.80N; 03 52.20W.
Depth: 10m.
Sunk: 8 December 1939, ran ashore at Thurlestone, south Devon, trying to evade U-47. Had picked up survivors of its earlier victim, Dutch cargo liner Tajandoen.
Diving: Good for novices, best by boat. Broken by storm and salvage. Stem post shows at low. Much plate among kelp. Boilers home to large wrasse. Part of bow on south side of Leas Foot bay. Viz usually good.
Launch: Thurlestone Sands, Hope Cove.