- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 16,088 tons
- Dimensions: 600 x 67 x 30 ft.
- Machinery: Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screws, 18,000 IHP = 17 knots
- Passengers: 673 (426 first class, 247 second class)
- Crew: 462
- Builder: Caird & Company, Greenock, Scotland, 1918
- Service: Built for P&O Lines. Naldera and sister Narkunda were P&O's first ships with three funnels and cruiser sterns. Construction begun Nov 1913 but suspended during the First World War; launched Dec 1917; completion ordered as an armed merchant cruiser, but further delayed by conversion to a troopship. Completed May 1918. Entered London-Sydney service 24 Mar 1920; 1931 transferred to London-Bombay-Far East route.
Scrapped in Scotland, 1938.