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Alisa Craig  35 m

This wreck is fairly intact and sat upright, more or less 5 meters high on a silty sea bed. The bow is twisted though, over to the starboard side. The boiler and engine are clearly distinguishable on her stern.

She was a British steamer (built 1906 – 601 gross tons) carrying coal from Cardiff to Granville. On 15 April, 1918, the German submarine UB-80 was in the area and sent a torpedoe into her. This was the same day the Pomeranian was sunk, 4 miles to the west.The wreck of the Moidart is also only 600 metres away to the north east.