SS Warilda built in 1912 for the Adelaide Steamship Company...designed for the East-West Australian coastal service...due to the start of WW1, she served as troop transport, renamed HMAT Warilda, then converted into a hospital ship...1918 she was transferring wounded from Le Havre to Southampton when she was torpedoed by German submarine UC-49 despite being marked clearly with the Red Cross, 123 casualties...her wreck lies in the English Channel mid-way between Le Havre and Portsmouth.

Source: Admirers of Great Ocean Liners / George Duncan