- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 9,199 metric tons
- Dimensions: 447 x 48 ft.
- Machinery: Steam vertical triple expansion, single screw, 6120 IHP = 15 knots
- Builder: J. & G. Thomson, Glasgow, Scotland, 1884
- Service: Built for the National Steamship Company, Liverpool to New York service. Won the 'Blue Riband' for fastest crossing of the North Atlantic on her first crossing, with a time of 6 days, 14 hours, and 18 minutes. However, other vessels soon surpassed her. Taken up as an auxiliary cruiser in 1885 during the Russian war scare. In 1886 she began a joint express service with the Anchor (ex-Inman) Line's City of Rome but high coal consumption made her uncompetitive. In 1887 she was sold to the Italian government and renamed Trinacria and used by the Italian Navy as a cruiser, transport, torpedo school, royal yacht, and exhibition ship. She was scrapped in 1925.