This 312-foot freighter found its resting place on January 17, 1924 when it encountered an unperceivable gale that originally caused leaks in the engine room, which spread throughout the ship's hull. It currently sits at a depth of 115 feet of water and is an unbelievably beautiful dive. Similarly to the Naeco, this site is only visited on days of extended charters, but is a site to see! The visibility ranges around 60 feet or more. The North Carolina wildlife captivates the cavities of this ship and includes amber jacks, spade fish, bait fish and barracudas. Additionally, angelfish, lobster, african pampano, and hog fish can be found throughout this site. This site is visited on an Extended Day Charter.
|Date Sunk:||January 17, 1942|
|Penetration:||Bow and Stern Section|
|Sharks:||Sometimes: Sand Tiger|