She was a cable laying vessel, bombed by the Germans off St Ann's head in 1941. She was escorted into smooth water and sunk the next day. Out of 125 crew members, 16 lost there lives. This dive is a protected place, and permission may have to be obtained if you wish to dive her. She lies between 5 to 16 meters of water, and is situated under the cliffs at Hoopers point. There are no currents under the cliffs, and vis is good. A large anchor was found in 1999 by Dive Pembrokeshire weighing about half a ton. Also half a port hole was discovered at the same time.

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