1923(Carlo Marquardt CM-301)
- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 15,434 tons
- Dimensions: 572 x 67 x 32 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, twin screw = 15 knots
- Passengers: 1899 (263 first class, 436 second class, 1200 third class)
- Builder: Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Govan, Scotland, 1914-23
- Service: One of two ships ordered before WW1 for an intended service to Canada to be operated by a consortium of Holland America, Hamburg America, the Red Star Line, and North German Lloyd. Sister Volendam completed first in 1922, followed by Veendam in 1923. Damaged during German air raid on Rotterdam, 11 May 1940. Takenover by Germans and used as barracks ship at Gotenhafen in 1941 and Hamburg in 1942. Damaged by 8th USAAF bombers in Apr-May 1945. Returned to Netherlands and repaired for return to service in 1947.