She was carrying a full load of oil to New York when the submarine ambushed the vessel late at night.  While part of the Arrow immediately rested on the bottom, the ship refused to sink until the next day.  She now sits in 180 feet of water, intact and upside down, though canted to one side with a debris field strewn across the sand.  Artifacts are abundant around the forward and stern superstructure areas.  The India Arrow is an impressive wreck that is not regularly dived.