- Type: Yacht / training vessel
- Displacement: 999 tons
- Dimensions: 224 x 30 ft.
- Machinery: Steam reciprocating engines, twin screw = 17.5 knots
- Builder: Wm. Beardmore & Co., Glasgow, Scotland, 1902
- Service: Built for Sir Donald Currie of the Union-Castle Line.
Used as an officer cadet training ship as well as a yacht. Leased to the
Admiralty in Aug 1914, armed, and used as the flagship of the antisubmarine
patrol at Stornoway. Reverted to Union-Castle after WW1 but was used again
in WW2 as HMS Persephone. Used as a senior officer's accomodation
ship from 1941 until 1946 when she was decommissioned. Broken up at
Blythe, Northumberland, in 1948.