- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 6,793 tons
- Dimensions: 455 x 55 ft.
- Machinery: Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw = 15 knots
- Passengers: 247 (89 first class, 158 third class)
- Builder: Alexander Stephen & Sons, Glasgow, Scotland, 1903
- Service: Built for Aberdeen Line. Maiden voyage from London to Cape Town, Melbourne and Sydney commenced 3 Nov 1903. Rebuilt in 1912 to 7,871 tons and lengthened to 504 ft with a second funnel added and accomodation increased to 150 first class + 170 third class passengers. Taken up for trooping duties in 1915; returned to commercial service Jun 1920. Purchased by Royal Mail Steam Packet Co and renamed Orcana, then transferred to Pacific Steam Navigation Co in 1922 for around South America service. Laid up 1923 at Liverpool and scrapped 1924 in Holland.