- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 19,687 tons
- Dimensions: 675 x 72 x 28 ft.
- Machinery: Steam quadruple expansion, twin screw = 18 knots
- Passengers: 1750 (300 first class, 350 second class, 1100 third class)
- Crew: 700
- Builder: John Brown & Co, Ltd, Glasgow, Scotland, 1905
- Service: Built for Cunard Line's Liverpool-New York service. The first Cunarder fitted with the Stone-Lloyd bridge-controlled watertight door closing system. Near sister of Carmanaia, but with reciprocating steam plant. Maiden voyage 25 Feb 1905 Liverpool-New York. Served as armed merchant cruiser, then troopship (as shown here) 1914-18. Resumed Liverpool-New York service 11 Jan 1919. Converted to oil fuel 1920. Placed on Hamburg-Southampton-New York run 1922. Switched 1923 to Liverpool sailings to Quebec and Montreal. Passenger accommodation remodeled 1924 to 425 cabin, 265 tourist, and 650 third class.
From 1926 placed on London-Southampton-Havre-New York route. Laid up 1931; scrapped in Japan, 1933.