- Type: Passenger ferry
- Displacement: 2,700 tons
- Dimensions: 310 x 48 x 11.5 ft.
- Machinery: Sulzer diesels, twin screws = 19.5 knots
- Passengers: 172
- Crew: 60
- Builder: William Denny & Bros, Ltd, Dumbarton, Scotland, 1947
- Notes: Operated on the Irish Sea for the British Transport Commission, sailing between Larne, Northern Ireland and Stranraer, Scotland. On 31 January 1953 she left Stranraer and sailed into a severe gale. A rogue wave from astern stove in her vehicle door and flooded the car deck. After three hours she rolled on her beam ends and was abandoned. Numerous ships responded to her distress calls, but only 44 were rescued; 128 passengers and crew were lost. This was the same great storm that flooded eastern England and the Netherlands causing some 2,000 deaths.