- Type: General cargo / passenger
- Displacement: 10,782 tons
- Dimensions: 457-1 x 61-9 x 26-8 ft.
- Machinery: Two 8-cyl Werkspoor diesels, twin screw, 8,000 BHP = 15 knots
- Passengers: 262 (152 first class, 97 second class, 33 third class)
- Builder: F. Smit, Jr. Shipyard, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 1930
- Service: Built for Royal Netherlands Steamship Co (known by its Dutch initials KNSM) for passenger service from the Netherlands and New York to the Caribbean and South America. The European routing was triangular, from Amsterdam and Dover to Madeira, Paramaribo, Demarara, Trinidad, Carupano, Guanta, La Guaira, Maracaibo, Aruba, Curacao, Puerto Cabello and Port-au-Prince, then north to New York, in about 28 days. The return to Amsterdam followed the reverse course. Taken up from trade 8 Nov 1940 by the Royal Netherlands Navy and sent for conversion at a Dundee shipyard into a submarine depot ship for service in the Dutch East Indies. Departed 12 Jan 1942 for attachment to the Eastern Fleet. Torpedoed and sunk by German submarine U 516 in the Indian Ocean off Simonstown 27 Feb 1943.