Built : 1915 Workman Clark & Co., Belfast
Dim.: 450ft 4in (137.26m) x 57ft 9in (17.6m) x 30ft 7in (9.32m) Tonnage : 8,489g, 5,174n,
Passengers : 250 1st; 250 3rd; Crew 320 1914 Sept 8: Launched for Royal Mail Line
Apr 28 : maiden voyage to South America, then joined 10th Cruiser Squdron.
1922 Acquired by PSNC, same name,; placed on New York - Panama Canal - Callao - Valparaiso service.
1930 Dec : Laid up in the River Dart
1935 Feb : Sold to Jugoslavenska; renamed "Princess Olga". Cost £21,000
1940 Became "Serpa Pinto", Cia Colonial, Lisbon for Lisbon - New York and Central American Service terminating at Rio de Janeiro
1940 Broken up in Belgium. Her price was, by now, £115,000
Details as "Ebro" except:-
1914 Jul 6 : Launched
Nov 18 : Maiden voyage to South America, Captain J. C. Chevet
1915 Taken over for use as a hospital ship
1917 Stopped by "U-64", inspected, given "God speed you" and sent on her way.
1922 Acquired by PSNC, same name; placed on New York - Panama Canal - Callao - Valparaiso service.
1930 : Laid up
1935 Mar : Sold to Arcos Ltd for £21,000, transferred to USSR and renamed "Neva"
1957 Taken out of Lloyds register at owners request