1957(Carlo Marquardt CMKR-268)
- Type: Passenger / general cargo
- Displacement: 13,821 tons
- Dimensions: 558 x 70 x 28 ft.
- Machinery: Steam trubine, twin screw, 12,500 shp = 16.5 knots
- Passengers: 274 first class
- Builder: Penhoet, St Nazaire, France, 1956
- Service: Sisterships Jadotville and Baudonville were the last passenger ships built for Compagnie Maritime Belge. The former departed for her maiden voyage from Antwerp to Matadi in the Belgian Congo 23 Jul 1957. The pair served only a short while under the Belgian flag, due to Congolese independence in 1960, and were sold to P&O in 1961, becoming the Chitral and Cathay. They operated on a Far East schedule until 1970, then passed onto the Eastern & Australian Steamship Company, serving between Australia, Japan, and the Far East. The former was scrapped in 1975, while the latter went on to the Nab Yang Shipping Company as Kenghshin, and then the China Ocean Shipping Company as Shanghai, until eventually being scrapped in 1996.