- Type: Passenger / general cargo vessel
- Displacement: 8,139 tons
- Dimensions: 462-0 x 59-2 x 27-4 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbine, single screw = 14 knots
- Passengers: 76 (all first class)
- Builder: Wm. Denny & Brothers Ltd, Dumbarton, England 1938
- Notes: Built for P. Henderson's British & Burmese S.N. Co. and used on the UK - Burma service. 1941 converted by Barclay, Curle & Co. into the naval troopship HMS Salween for 1,400 men and sailed to Port Said via the Cape. Later took part in the evacuation from Greece and then served in East African waters for the rest of the war. 1946 returned to the Glasgow - Birkenhead - Burma service. 1952 taken over by Elder Dempster & Co but continued the same service. 1962 scrapped at Hong Kong.