- Type: Passenger / general cargo
- Displacement: 14,499 tons
- Dimensions: 563 x 68 x 32 ft.
- Machinery: Steam, twin screw = 13.5 knots
- Passengers: 350 (350 first class, 0 second class, 0 third class)
- Builder: Workman, Clark & Co Ltd, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1913
- Service: Built for the China Mutual S.N. Co, a subsidiary of Alfred Holt & Co (Blue Funnel Line), and placed on the Glasgow - Liverpool - Brisbane service. In 1915 she became a troopship and served on the Australia - Suez route with Australian troops. In 1917 she was on the North Atlantic route with American troops and in Sep 1920 resumed commercial service Glasgow - Liverpool - Cape Town - Australian ports. 1926 passenger accommodation reduced to 250-1st class and in 1936 reduced to 175-1st class. She was one of the last ships to leave Hong Kong prior to the Japanese invasion and sailed to Singapore and Australia, where she loaded a cargo for Liverpool, via Panama. On 8 Apr 1942 she was badly damaged in collision with an oil tanker and was heading for Newport News at reduced speed when, on 11 Apr 1942 she was torpedoed and sunk off Palm Beach, Florida by the U-160 with no loss of life.