- Class: Passenger
- Displacement: 1,368 tons
- Dimensions: 252.6 x 35.2 ft.
- Machinery: Steam, single screw = 15 knots
- Builder: Hall, Russell & Co, Ltd, Aberdeen, 1931
- Service: Built for North of Scotland, Orkney and Shetland Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., of Aberdeen. Used principally on the Aberdeen-Lerwick passenger service, she was fitted with portable cattle and sheep stalls. Requisitioned by the Admiralty in 1939 as a guardship; converted Sep 1940 to accommodation ship. In Sep 1942 she became a convoy rescue ship. Lost with all hands 22 Jan 1943, when she foundered off Sable Island while on voyage from Greenock to Halifax; presumed capsized in severe icing conditions.