- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 11,140 tons
- Dimensions: 525ft 8in x 60ft 2in x 27ft
- Machinery: Steam turbines, triple screw = 20 knots
- Passengers: 1114 (344 first class, 210 second class, 560 steerage)
- Builder: Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Company Limited, Glasgow, Scotland, 1907
- Service: Built as Heliopolis for the Egyptian Mail SS Co. Marseilles-Alexandria service. Acquired 1914 by Canadian Northern Railway Co. for Bristol-Quebec route. Transported Canadian troops to France at beginning of World War I. (Sister Cairo became Royal Edward and was lost at Gallipoli.) Taken over by Cunard 1916 along with four other CNR steamers. First post-war sailing Liverpool-New York began 8 Feb 1919. Nicknamed 'Rolling George'. Became a depot ship at Cherbourg, then later laid up at Falmouth in 1920. Sold for scrap Jul 1922; broken up at Wilhelmshaven.