An elusive ship of multiple identities, often operating under the name of Nola, Gloria, Paramount and Montana, she was a Civil War blockade- runner that made trips between England, Bermuda and North Carolina. Built in Glasgow, Scotland this sleek 72M / 236FT paddlewheel steamer could run at 15 knots. Our shallow reefs accomplished what no Union gunboat could do when she sank in December 1863. She now lies in 9M / 30FT of water, still partially intact. The wreck is marked by two steam boilers and two paddlewheel frames lying on their sides. She is adorned with beautiful soft and hard corals.