1939(Carlo Maquardt CM-179)
- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 29,253 tons
- Dimensions: 697 x 88 ft.
- Machinery: steam turbines, quadruple screws = 23 knots
- Passengers: 751 (287 first class, 126 second class, 338 third class)
- Builder: Chantiers de l'Atlantique, St. Nazaire, France, 1939
- Service: Built for Compagnie Navigation du Sud-Atlantique (French flag). Intended for France-east coast of South America service, but used from the start as a wartime troopship. Continued trooping 1945-56. Sold to North German Lloyd and rebuilt as the transatlantic liner Bremen, 1957-59. Sold to Chandris Cruises (Greek flag); renamed Regina Magna, 1972. Laid up 1974-77. Sold to Philippine interests and used as a workers' accommodation ship in Saudi Arabia, 1977-80. Sank in the Indian Ocean 9 Jun 1980, while en route to Taiwan for scrapping.