- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 10,635 tons
- Dimensions: 540 x 60 x 32 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, triple screw = 18 knots
- Passengers: 1690 (346 first class, 344 second class, 1000 third class)
- Builder: Workman, Clark & Co Ltd, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1905
- Service: Built for the Allan Line service between Liverpool and eastern Canada. She and sister Virginian (later the Sedish-American Drottningholm) were the first steam-turbine-driven liners on the North Atlantic and were considered very successful. Continued UK -- Canada sailings to 1914 when she was converted to an armed merchant cruiser. Postwar she was refitted at Cammel Laird (with accommodation for 418 cabin and 566 third class passengers) and resumed service in 1920, now for Canadian Pacific, which had taken over the Allan Line. In Oct 1921 she was chartered to the British government for trooping to Bombay, and on her return was re-engined to oil fuel. In 1922 she started sailings from Glasgow and was renamed Marloch. In 1926 she transferred to the Antwerp-St.John NB route. She collided with and sank the British steamer Whimbrel on 2 Feb 1926 off Flushing. After repairs at Southampton, she continued transatlantic service until Apr 1928, when she was laid up and then scrapped the next year.