- Type: Passenger / general cargo
- Displacement: 13,345 tons
- Dimensions: 531 x 70 x 30 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, twin screws = 18 knots
- Passengers: 250 first class
- Builder: John Brown & Company, Limited, Clydebank, Scotland, 1947
- Service: Built for Cunard Line's Liverpool-New York service. First new Atlantic passenger to be completed postwar. Sister Parthia followed in 1948. Known as a poor sea boat, Media was used by Cunard to test the first fin stabilizer on a North Atlantic liner. It was successful, leading to the installation of stabilizers on the rest of the Cunard fleet and many other Atlantic liners. Sold in 1961, she became the Italian immigrant transport Flavia, later a cruise liner. She lasted until 1989, when she was destroyed by fire at Hong Kong. The Parthia became the Remuera and later the Aramac, before being scrapped on Taiwan in 1970.