- Type: Passenger / general cargo
- Displacement: 14,629 tons
- Dimensions: 580 x 68 x 33 ft.
- Machinery: Steam reciprocating, twin screws = 14 knots
- Passengers: 175 all first class
- Builder: Workman, Clark & Co Ltd, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1913
- Service: Built for Ocean Steamship Co Ltd, part of the Blue Funnel Line of Alfred Holt & Co. Her usual route was Liverpool to Brisbane, with calls at Cape Town, Adelaide, Melbourne, and Sydney. In WW1 she served as a troop transport, helping move the Australian Expeditionary Force to Egypt and France. Her WW2 experience included transporting child evacuees to Australia. She was broken up at Faslane, Scotland, in 1950. Her sister ship Ulysses survived WW1 but was sunk by U-160 off the coast of Florida in April 1942.