- Class: Capetown - 5 cruisers of 1917
- Displacement: 4,290 tons
- Dimensions: 425 (pp) 451.5 (oa) x 43.5 x 14.25 ft.
- Machinery: 2-shaft geared turbines, S.H.P. 40,000 = 29 knots
- Armor: Main belt 1.5-2-2.25 in. (fwd), 3 in. (amid), 2.25-2 in. (aft), deck 1 in.
- Armament: 8-4in AA (4x2), 4-2pdr AA (1x4) guns, 8-.5in MG (2x4)
- Complement: 400
- Builder: Cammell Laird (Birkenhead)
- Laid Down: 28 Nov 1917
- Launched: 19 Nov 1918
- Completed: 24 Sep 1919
- Service: Home fleet 1939-42, Mediterrranean fleet 1942. Damaged during Norwegian campaign by German aircraft off Narvik on 28 May 1940. Led escort of Gibraltar-Malto convoy in Operation Harpoon in Jun 1942 when she was hit by gunfire from by Italian cruiser Montecuccoli. Participated in Operation Pedestal, when she was torpedoed and sunk by Italian submarine Axum 12 Aug 1942 off Bizerta while escorting the Pedestal Convoy.