And for interest,
Attached to convoy SL-64 under master Gerald Hyland, she was returning from India to Britain in 1941 with a cargo of silver ingots, pig iron and
tea.  Joining the 8 knot convoy in Freetown,
Sierra Leone,  while in a heavy storm and running low on coal off the coast of neutral Republic of Ireland, Gairsoppa split off from the convoy and set course for Galway harbour.
She was circled by a German Focke-Wulf Fw 200 aircraft at 08:00 on 16 February, and at 22.30 was spotted by U-101, under the command of Ernst Mengersen. Torpedoed on the starboard side in No. 2 hold, she sank within 20 minutes (Note: German logbooks kept in German time state she
sank at 00.08 hours on February 17, 1941).  Her last reported position was 50°00′N 14°0′W, 300
miles (480 km) southwest of Galway Bay.  The wreck lies 4,700 metres (15,400 ft) below the