- Type: Passenger / general cargo
- Displacement: 10,237 tons
- Dimensions: 500 x 62 ft
- Machinery: Steam triple expansion, twin screw = 13 knots
- Passengers: 2,700 (300 second class, 2,400 third class)
- Builder: Blohm & Voss, Hamburg, Germany, 1898
- Launched: 13 May 1897
- Service: Built for Hamburg America Line, she sailed between Hamburg, Halifax and New York. In 1899 she encountered a severe hurricane, her hatches were stove in and her rudder carried away. Over 100 injured horses were slaughtered and thrown overboard, and the passengers were taken off by three British steamers. After three weeks, a jury rudder was rigged and she managed to reach Punta Delgada in the Azores. Her last voyage was from Hamburg to Boston and Baltimore in Feb 1913 and she then transferred to Unione Austriaca who renamed her Canada. After two Trieste - Quebec - Montreal sailings, she reverted to Hamburg America Line and her original name. She resumed Hamburg - Boston - Baltimore sailings in Dec 1913 and made her last crossing in Jul 1914. Seized by the USA in Apr.1917, she was renamed Hercules and operated for the US Government. Transferred to the US Shipping Board in 1919 and renamed Philippines, she was scrapped in 1924.