- Type: Passenger / general cargo
- Displacement: 8,060 tons
- Dimensions: 486 x 64 ft.
- Machinery: Diesels, twin screws = 16.5 knots
- Passengers: 157 (all first class)
- Builder: Furness Shipbuilding Co, Haverton-on-Tees, England, 1928
- Service: Built for Grace Line. Sistership Santa Barbara and near-sister Santa Clara. Together these were the first large motor passenger ships to sail under the U.S. flag. Service was New York to West Coast of South America via the Panama Canal. Taken into Navy in Sep 1940 as transport Barnett, AP-11, later redesignated to APA-5. She earned seven battles stars for service during WW2. Passed to Maritime Commission in 1946, and then sold to become the Italian immigrant ship Surriento. Sister Santa Barbara became transport McCawley, AP-10, APA-4; she was sunk off New Georgia 30 Jun 1943. Near-sister Santa Clara became transport Susan B. Anthony, AP-72; she was lost off Normandy 7 Jun 1944.