1960(Classic Ship Models CSC-058VR)
- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 41,923 tons
- Dimensions: 804 x 97 x 31 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, twin screw = 27.5 knots
- Passengers: 2,134 (638 first class, 1,496 tourist class)
- Builder: Vickers-Armstrong Shipbuilders Ltd., Barrow-in-Furness, England, 1960
- Service: Built for P & O-Orient Lines (British flag). Southampton-Australia and around-the-world services. Fastest liner ever to sail on the UK-Australia run and the fastest British liner to be built since the Queen Elizabeth in 1940. Transferred to P & O Lines, 1966. Converted to one-class cruise ship in 1973. Used for full-time cruising from Sydney after 1981. Sold to Japanese buyers, 1986, and refitted as a museum ship at Beppu Bay, Japan. Later sold to Chinese interests in 1992 and towed to Chinwangtao for use as accommodation center and hotel. Later moved to Shanghai, and finally to Dalian, where she capsized during a typhoon in Jun 2004. Broken up in 2005 at Zhangjiagang.