1948(Carlo Marquardt CMKR-60)
- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 34,274 tons
- Dimensions: 715 x 91 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, twin screws, 35,000 shp = 22 knots
- Passengers: 930 (580 first class, 350 cabin class)
- Crew: 600
- Builder: John Brown & Company, Limited, Clydebank, Scotland, 1948
- Service: Built for Cunard Line as a dual purpose design for both North Atlantic crossings and world cruising. Launched 30 Oct 1947 by Princess Elizabeth. Maiden voyage 4 Jan 1949 Southampton-New York. Final Cunard voyage 18 Nov 1967. Sold to Universal Lines Inc and renamed Columbia. Sold again 1968 to Star Shipping Co; renamed Caribia (Panamanian flag) but operated by Universal. At New York she was damaged by fire and temporarily laid up. Engine room explosion while cruising off St. Thomas in Mar 1969 killed one person; the ship drifted for 20 hours. Laid up at New York until 1974. Wrecked on Guam while bound for the scrappers on Taiwan, Aug 1974. Remains broken up on the spot.