- Type: General cargo
- Displacement: 9,687 tons
- Dimensions: 521-2 x 68-2 x 28-5 ft.
- Machinery: 2 x 4cyl diesel engines, 2,025 nhp, twin screw = 16.5 knots
- Passengers: 12 first class
- Builder: Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson Ltd, Wallsend, Sunderland, 1937
- Service: Port Jackson was built for Port Line, entering sevice Jan 1937. On 27 Aug 1942 in the Atlantic, she was attacked by German submarine U-516, which missed with three torpedoes, then surfaced and hit her with two 4.1in shells before Port Jackson was able to escape. No further damage during WWII. In 1952 she had to put into Table Bay to extinguish an eight-day old smoldering cargo fire. Sold 1967 to Embajada Cia Naveira SA and renamed Legation for one loaded voyage to the Far East before being scrapped at Kure.