1939(Carlo Marquardt CM-152)
- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 35,739 tons
- Dimensions: 772 x 89 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, twin screws = 23 knots
- Passengers: 1,169 (475 cabin class, 390 cabin class, 304 tourist class)
- Crew: 593
- Builder: Cammell, Laird & Co Shipbuilders, Ltd, Birkenhead, England, 1939
- Service: Built for Cunard-White Star Lines. Maiden voyage 17 Jun 1939 Liverpool-New York. Transferred to London-Le Havre-Southampton-New York route in Aug. Laid up in New York Sep 1939 at start of WW2. Taken over as troopship 20 Mar 1940 and sailed to Sydney for conversion. Made 45 trooping voyages to 1945, carrying over 350,000 personnel. Sent to Birkenhead for reconditioning. Resumed transatlantic service 26 Apr 1947. Fitted with air conditioning 1958; used for world cruises. Hull painted green 1962 for use on New York-Mediterranean service and cruising. Sold for scrapping in Scotland, Nov 1965.