- Type: Passenger / general cargo
- Displacement: 20,368 tons
- Dimensions: 584 x 78 ft.
- Machinery: Turbo-charged diesels, twin screw = 17.5 knots
- Passengers: 449 (91 first class, 82 cabin class, 275 third class)
- Builder: Harland & Wolff, Limited, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1959
- Service: One of three sisters built for Royal Mail Lines (British flag). London-east coast of South America service. Sold to Shaw Savill Line (also British flag) in 1968 and renamed Akaroa. England-around-the-world service. Sold to Uglands Rederi, Norway, 1971; rebuilt as the auto carrier Akarita. Sold to Liberian interests, 1978; renamed Hual Akarita. Renamed Akarita, 1981. Scrapped on Taiwan, 1982.
Sister Aragon from 1960 sold to Shaw Savill in 1969 and renamed Aranda, then to Norway in 1971 for conversion to auto carrier Hoegh Traveller. Sister Arlanza from 1960 sold to Shaw Savill in 1969 and renamed Arawa, then to Norway in 1971 for conversion to auto carrier Hoegh Transit.