This 5317 ton steamship sank on 5 August 1909, with a cargo of crockery and water piping. It was on it's way from London to New Zealand, when it sank after striking a rock in thick fog.
When Jacques Cousteau visited the site, he declared it the most preserved wreck of it's time. Unfortunately, over the years many people have dived the site and the wreck has suffered, but it is still a worthwhile and rewarding dive. The wreck is reached by boat.
The remains of the wreck are home to crayfish and other small marine life.