Queen of Bermuda
- Class: Passenger
- Displacement: 22,575 tons
- Dimensions: 580 x 77 x 27 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turboelectric engines, quadruple screw = 19 knots
- Passengers: 731 (700 first class, 31 second class)
- Builder: Vickers-Armstrong Shipbuilders, Ltd., Barrow-in-Furness, England, 1933
- Service: Built for Furness-Bermuda Line, New York-Bermuda service. One of three original funnels removed for war service, 1939-1946, first as armed merchant cruiser HMS Queen of Bermuda, then as transport with capacity for 4500 troops after 1943. Returned to owners and during Apr 1947 - Feb 1949 had an extensive refit. Resumed Bermuda service, 1949. Rebuilt with single funnel, 1961-62. Scrapped in Scotland, 1966-67.