- Class: Glacier - 1 stores ship of 1898
- Displacement: 8,325 tons
- Dimensions: 389' x 46' x 25'
- Machinery: steam reciprocating = 12 knots
- Armament: 4-3in/50
- Complement: 98
- Builder: J. L. Thompson & Sons, Sunderland, Great Britain
- Built: 1891
- Acquired: 1898
- Commissioned: 5 Jul 1898 / 31 Mar 1899 / 15 Dec 1903 / 15 Sep 1904
- Decommissioned: 5 Mar 1898 / 1 Aug 1903 / 30 Jul 1904 / 6 Mar 1922
- Notes: Built as SS Port Chalmers for William Milburn & Co. Sold 1896 to Federal Line. Purchased by US Navy in 1898 for use in the Spanish American war because of her refrigerating capacity. Commissioned as USS Delmonico but renamed USS Glacier just six days later. Served in West Indies, then Philippines and Australia, then in 1904 to Guantanamo, Pensacola, and the Canal Zone. Refit in 1905 for Special Service Squadron to tow floating drydock Dewey from Chesapeake to Subic Bay via Suez and Singapore from Dec to Jul 1906. Atlantic Fleet 1907 and then supplies US fleet during the 1908 world cruise. Joins Pacific Fleet 1909-1918. Returns to Atlantic 1919, then back to Pacific 1920-22 before decommissioning. Sold for commercial service; scrapped 1956.