1939(Carlo Marquardt CM-S-2009)
- Type: Passenger / general cargo
- Displacement: 8,235 grt / 8,500 dwt
- Dimensions: 458' x 56' x 23'7"
- Machinery: steam reciprocating, twin screw = 11.5 knots
- Builder: Stettiner Maschinebau AG 'Vulcan', Stettin, Germany, 1913
- Service: Built as Sierra Nevada for Nordeutscher Lloyd.
Seized by the Brazilian governement 1 Jun 1917, when official neutrality in WWI was revoked, along with all other merchant ships of the Central Powers that had been interned in Brazilian ports. (Brazil later declared war on 24 Oct 1917, the only South American nation to do so.) Renamed Bagé. Managed by Lloyd Brasileiro from 1923 and then purchased in 1927. Straggled from convoy T12, torpedoed, shelled, and sunk by German submarine U185 off Bahia 1 Aug 1943; 48 lost, 87 survived.