From Vimeo "Montana/Nola-1863-- Civil War Blockade-Runner-- Bermuda Shipwreck" by Dr. Philippe Max Rouja.
A video accompanies this site. The Montana was an elusive ship carrying many identities. It made trips between England, Bermuda and North Carolina.
The Montana was wrecked off the north coast of Bermuda on 30 December 1863. It was 750 tons and the wreck is located in 25 feet of water. It originally used the Nola name and was also called the Paramount and Gloria. These names were used to confuse the Union ships watching for it.
When it ran aground, Captain Pittman was in command. All the cargo and crew were saved.
Evidently, it ran into the shoals ion its maiden voyage as a blockade-runner.
It is a favorite dive site in Bermuda.