- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 9,159 gross tons
- Dimensions: 466 x 72 x 18 ft.
- Machinery: Diesels, twin screws = 23 knots
- Passengers: 720
- Crew: 330
- Builder: Dubigeon-Normandie SA, Nantes, France, 1971
- Service: Entered service 1971 as Eagle for a new cruise ferry service from Southampton-Lisbon-Tangier. Sourthern Ferries were part of the General Steam Navigation Co., who became part of P&O. Sold 1975 to Nouvelle Cie. de Paquebots, Marseille (Paquet) and renamed Azur for ferry work and cruising in the Mediterranean. Rebuilt 1981 as a fulltime cruise ship, with cabins added in the car decks. Sold 1987 to Chandris and renamed The Azur. Sold 1994 to Festival Cruises and operated to 2004, when Festival failed. In 2005 she was sailing for Mano Cruises of Israel as the Royal Iris.