- Type: Troopship
- Displacement: 11,275 tons
- Dimensions: 517 x 63 x 24 ft.
- Machinery: Diesel drive, twin screws = 15.5 knots
- Passengers: 104 first class, 90 second class, 1450 troops
- Builder: Fairfield Shipbuilding & Engineering Co. Ltd, Glasgow, Scotland, 1939
- Service: The first purpose-built troopship for the Bibby Line which had contracts for trooping services to Burma. Requisitioned as a transport during WW2, with service between the Far East, Australia, South Africa, and the Mediterranean. Converted to an LSI in 1943 and served at Sicily, Salerno, and Normandy. Postwar carried troops to Malaysia and Korea. Major refit in 1953 which increased her displacement to 12,773 tons, while reducing the number of troops carried to 824. Sold to British India Line in 1962 and renamed Devonia. Refitted by Barclay, Curle & Co. to serve as an educational cruise ship. Scrapped at La Spezia in 1967.