2266-ton British cargo steamer, built 1889. 277ft x 38ft. 188hp triple-expansion engines.
Cargo: General, plus oranges and lemons. Venice for London, via Valencia.
Position: 50 47.05N; 00 22.20W.
Depth: 10m.
Sunk: 1 March 1901, collided with German steamer Washington in dense fog near Owers. Towed by tug and grounded a mile south of Worthing Pier.
Diving: Dispersed by explosives, but now emerging from sand. Bathroom exposed, complete with taps and china washbasin. Good second dive. Heavily potted.
Launch: Goring, Shoreham.