1921 (Noordzee NZ-32)
- Type: General cargo / passenger
- Displacement: 3,714 tons
- Dimensions: 381 x 51.5 x 23 ft.
- Machinery: Two 6-cylinder B&W diesels, twin screw, S.H.P. 4,060 = 11.5 knots
- Passengers: 2
- Builder: Burmeister & Wain, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1921
- Service: One of 10 sisterships built for Rederei Nordstjernan, Kedoe
was bought by Rotterdamsche Lloyd while still on the slipway. Used by the company to
gain experience with diesel powered vessels, she sailed between Rotterdam and Tandjong
Priok in regular service. At Gibraltar in 1940 when Germany invaded the Netherlands,
she sailed to London and went under charter to the British Ministry of War Transport.
She sailed between the Dutch East Indies and South Africa. After the Japanese
declared war she travelled mostly in Australian waters. She survived the war and resumed
her old routes until taken out of service in 1954. Sold to Cuban interests and renamed
Havana, she worked until 1960 when she was laid up at Antwerp, then scrapped
in Bruges in 1961.