- Type: Tanker
- Displacement: 5,076 tons
- Dimensions: 386 x 52 x 28.5 ft.
- Machinery: Steam VTE, single screw = 9.5 knots
- Crew: 34
- Builder: Howaldtswerke AG, Kiel, 1913
- Service: Built as Kiowa for Deutsch-Amerikanische Petroleum-Gesellschaft, Hamburg. In the USA in Aug 1914 when World War 1 broke out. Taken over by Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey and renamed Pioneer; shown here in neutrality paint. Transferred to Standard Shipping Co., Wilmington, in 1928, and then to Standard Oil Co. of Venezuela in 1933. Scrapped in Boston, 1938.