Dive Category Wreck
Dive Type Band 35
Max. depth: 40 (M)
Trip Time: 4H :00M

Type of vessel - Steam ship

How sunk - Torpedoed

Former names - None

Wreck height - 7m
Max Depth - 42m
Tonnage - 3659
Length - 350
Date sunk - 20 Jul 1917

Travelling from New York to London via Plymouth with 6100 tons of cargo the Fluent when torpedoed by the mine laying U-boat UC-65. All 29 crew evacuated successfully.

The wreck lies over to starboard and the forward holds appear to be stuffed full of projectiles, but they are in fact round cornered billets.
The Fleunt was dived for many years as the wreck of the Hazelwood.