- Type: Tug tender
- Displacement: 684 GRT
- Dimensions: 147 x 33 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft diesel 1500 bhp = knots
- Passengers: 566
- Builder: John I Thornycroft & Co, Woolston, England, 1930
- Notes: Built for the Red Funnel Line for servicing the various liners that stopped in the Solent or Southampton Water. At the outbreak of WWII she was appropriated by the Admiralty for use at Scapa Flow, then later switched to the Clyde where she acted as tender to the Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary during their trooping duties. In 1944 she returned to Southampton in preparation for D-Day. In 1964 she was sold to the Holland America Line for use as tender to the Maasdam and Ryndam, based at Galway Bay, Ireland. In 1986 she was bought by the Southampton City Council for use as a museum ship. She is currently being restored by the Tug Tender Calshot Trust and is expected to open for visitors in Southampton in 2015.