A cargo steamer built in 1890 ran into a “white squall” in 1915. For years her engine protruded above the waves, inviting tourists to swim out and visit. Today, the wreck can be found scattered in 6-12M / 20-40FT of water on a coral bottom. Loads of live ammunition and shell casings can be seen amongst her wreckage. Two substantial boilers, a propeller and her triple expansion engine are also visible.