- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 27,132 tons
- Dimensions: 670 x 78 ft.
- Machinery: Steam triple expansion plus low-pressure turbine, triple screw, 18500ihp = 18.5 knots
- Passengers: 2,500 (500 first class, 500 second class, 1,500 third class)
- Builder: Harland & Wolff, Ltd, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1914-17
- Service: Launched 31 Dec 1914, but remained incomplete because of the First World War. Completed, 1917, as the cargo ship Belgic for the White Star Line, with two funnels and three masts and no passenger accommodation. Rebuilt as passenger ship, 1922-23; renamed Belgenland and made maiden voyage for the Red Star Line (Belgian flag) beginning 4 Apr 1923. Antwerp-New York service. Last voyage for Red Star Line 8 Jan 1932. Laid up, 1933-35. Sold to Panama Pacific Line, 1935; renamed Columbia and placed under the American flag for cruising only. Scrapped in Scotland, 1936.