- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 7,859 tons
- Dimensions: 531 ft.
- Machinery: Steam reciprocating engines, twin screw = knots
- Passengers: 425 (400 first class, 25 second class)
- Builder: William Denny & Bros., Dumbarton, Scotland, 1891
- Service: Built for the Union Line's UK to South Africa service. As built, she was 6,844 gt with a length of 477 ft and accomodations for 208 first class, 100 second class, and 100 third class passengers. Her maiden voyage departing 25 Jul 1891 set a record time of 15d:9h:52m to Cape Town. She improved the record to 14d:18h:57m in March 1893, a record that stood until 1936 when it was broken by Stirling Castle. In 1896 she was rebuilt as shown here to 7,859 gt and 531 ft. In 1899 she was used as a troopship for the Boer War. In 1905 she was sold to Hamburg America and reanmed Oceana and used first for cruising in the Mediterranean, then in 1906 put on the Hamburg-New York run. Sold in 1911 to the Bermuda North Atlantic Co. for the New York-Bermuda trade. Sold again in 1916 to Cia Transatlantica and renamed Alfonso XIII for Spain-New York and Spain-Cuba services until 1921. In 1923 she was renamed Vasco Nunez de Balboa, but then laid up at Cadiz, eventually being scrapped in Italy in 1927.