1948(California Models CA-10)
- Type: Passenger / Cargo
- Displacement: 5,812 tons
- Dimensions: 335 x 52 x 24 ft.
- Machinery: two 12 cyl Uniflow steam engines = 15.5 knots
- Passengers: 368 (all first class)
- Builder: Yarrows Ltd, Esquimalt, British Columbia
- Launched: 6 October 1947
- In service: June 1948
- Notes: Built for Canadian National Steamship Co. service between Vancouver and Skagway via Ketchikan and Juneau (northbound) and Wrangell and Prince Rupert (southbound). Largest commercial vessel built in Canada up to that time. My family sailed on her along the Inside Passage to Alaska and back in 1956. She sailed during summer and laid up in winter through 1974. In spring 1975 CN announced that it would be her last cruise season, but on 10 April, a fire damaged 20 staterooms and repair estimates were sufficiently large that the season was cancelled and the ship put up for sale. Sold to Wong Bros Enterprises in 1976 for conversion to floating restaurant. Subsequently owned by various companies, including a stint as an accommodation ship in Valdez, Alaska, for workmen cleaning up the Exxon Valdez oil spill. Finally she caught fire on 14 October 1995 while laid up at Britannia Beach, BC. Heavily damaged and sold for scrap, but sank 25 October 1996 in Unimak Pass while under tow to China.