In 1957 she was transferred to the new Crusader Shipping Company as the Port Line's member on the Australia - Far East run, a transfer which caused strife among the crew. She was on her normal run to Australia when the transfer was effected and the first thing the crew knew about it was when they read of it in the Sydney newspapers.
On 10th March 1968 she came under the management of Blueport and in the following year made the first sailing for the new Compass Line from South Africa to Australia.
She was sold to Maritime Company Overseas Inc. of Liberia in 1972 and renamed Puerto Princesa.
By 1978 she was flying the Philippines flag under the management of Maritime Company of the Philippines operating a monthly service between Manila and Liverpool.
On 29th September 1978 she was in Manila Harbour during typhoon 'Lola' when she dragged her anchor and hit the Fides Orient belonging to the Integrity Corp S.A.
Condemned by the underwriters she proceeded to Kaohsuing in Taiwan where she was broken up at the end of the same year.