Launched in November 1864 and delivered to J. Bibby, Sons & Co on 21st November for their Iberian peninsular services. Compounded by G. Forrester & Company in 1871 she was sold to Frederick Leyland & Company on 1st January 1873. In 1875 she was renamed Alcira and later in that decade Camilla C and then Camilla for her owner O. Conte of Genoa.
She was sold to P. Milesi of Genoa in 1892 who retained her name but when she was acquired by A. A. Vagliano fils of Argostoli in 1894 her name was changed to Cephalonia.
Five years later she was sold to A. I. Diakakis of Argostoli and in 1910 ownership was recorded as being with La Navigation Hellenique with A. I. Diakakis as manager.
She was sold yet again in 1913 to Cie de Nav. a Vapeur 'Ermopolis' of Syra, with E. A. Foustanos as manager, and renamed Nilos. In 1914 she was requisitioned by the Italian Government for use by the State Railways as a collier. She returned to the commercial ownership of N. J. Eustathiadis of Piraeus in 1920 as the Nilos and was broken up in Greece during 1927.