A classic sunken sailing ship, her 62M / 205FT English iron hull bark sank on New Year’s Day, 1880. She was en route from Bermuda to England with a general cargo of cotton, bark and fuel. Today, she sits upright at depths ranging from 7.5-12M / 25-40FT. The bow and stern are fairly intact, while her mid-section has collapsed. Her bowsprit is exceptionally beautiful as it points up towards the surface. A neat row of deadeyes attached to steel rigging traces her railing, and the curves of her fantail stern have a touch of ghostly grace.