1932(Carlo Marquardt CM-220)
- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 24,289 tons
- Dimensions: 705 x 86 x 30 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, twin screws = 20.5 knots
- Passengers: 1,239 (582 cabin class, 461 tourist class, 196 third class)
- Builder: New York Shipbuilding Corporation, Camden, New Jersey
- Service: Built for United States Lines. She and her sistership Washington were the largest American-built merchant ships to date at time of completion, and the first American-built Atlantic luxury liners in 35 years. New York-North Europe service. Refitted as troopship USS Wakefield, AP-21, in June 1941, while her sister became USS Mount Vernon, AP-22. Badly damaged by fire off Halifax, September 1942. Towed to Nova Scotia and beached, but then brought to Boston Navy Yard for extensive repairs. Back in service in the spring of 1944, she made more than a dozen trips from the U.S. to Liverpool or the Mediterranean. Sent to the Pacific in December 1945 for additional trooping. Laid up in the Hudson River reserve fleet, 1946-64. Scrapped in New Jersey, 1964.