880-ton destroyer, built 1907. 255ft x 25ft. Steam turbine engines. Armed. Position: 50 50.80N; 00 53.17E. Depth: 30m. Sunk: 8 February, 1917, by hitting German mine off Dungeness and going down almost immediately. Only five crew were saved. Diving: Despite being professionally salvaged with much use of explosives, parts of the stern are still intact and stand 8m proud above the general wreckage. Divers should remember that the heavy loss of life makes this a war grave. Launch: Dungeness, Littlestone.