- Type: Channel ferry
- Displacement: 2,960 tons
- Dimensions: 337 x 43 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, twin screws = 21.5 knots
- Passengers: 373 (263 first class, 110 second class)
- Builder: Armstrong, Whitworth & Co, Newcastle, 1922
- Service: Built for London & North Eastern Railway Co., London.
Harwich-Antwerp overnight service. Sister ships were Antwerp (1919)
and Bruges (1920). All three ships were used in the evacuation at Dunkirk, 1940.
Bruges was sunk, but Malines went on to serve in the Mediterranean.
Torpedoed in 1942 near Port Said, she survived and continued trooping until 1945 when
she was laid up. Scrapped at Dunston, 1948. Antwerp returned to Harwich-Holland
service until 1951.