1129-ton Norwegian steamer, built 1906. 229ft x 35ft. CARGO: Patent fuel (coal briquettes), Port Talbot for Rouen. POSITION: 50 11.20N; 03 50.33W. DEPTH: 43m. SUNK: 26 December, 1917, by torpedo from UB-35. One of crew of 17 killed. DIVING: Upright, listing to port. 33m to deck. Superstructure collapsing into engine room. Propeller is iron. Torpedo damage to starboard side. Fishing boat wreck lies across No. 2 hold. Builder's plate recovered. Coal briquettes, stamped Cardiff and with Royal crown are extremely heavy. Take great care, two diving deaths here. LAUNCH: Salcombe.