- Type: Passenger / general cargo
- Displacement: 7,922 tons
- Dimensions: 491 x 66 x 26 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, single screw = 16.5 knots
- Passengers: 67 (all first class)
- Builder: Bethlehem Steel Co, Sparrows Point, Maryland, 1940
- Service: Built for Mississippi Shipping Co, New Orleans (Delta Line) service to east coast of South America - Rio de Janeiro, Santos, Montevideo, and Buenos Aires. Deltargentino was one of three sister ships ordered in 1938, the others being Delbrasil and Delorleans. Three additional sister ships were requisitioned by U.S. Navy during construction and finished as transports. Deltargentino became army transport USAT J. W. McAndrew in 1941. Returned to commercial service in 1947, she was sold to Farrell Lines and renamed African Enterprise in 1948. Refurbished and passenger accomodation increased to 82 (all first class). Sailed New York - southern Africa from 1949 on fifty-six-day round trips to Capetown, Port Elizabeth, Durban, Maputo, Lourenco Marques, and Beira. Retired to James River reserve fleet in 1959 and scrapped in Boston in 1969.