Originally named Orduna One funnel, two masts, triple screw and a speed of 14 knots. There was accommodation for 190-1st, 221-2nd and 476-3rd class passengers.
1915 : Entered service as an auxiliary cruiser. Later used a s a short crossing troopship
1919 Mar: Completion work commenced.
Sep 26th : Maiden voyage southbound
1921 Apr 30 : Chartered to Royal Mail for Hamburg - Southampton - New York.
1923 : Transferred with her sistership to Royal Mail ownership.
1926 : Fitted to burn oil fuel. Returned to PSNC and their routes. Nov 4th : Liverpool - Panama Canal - Callao - Valparaiso
1941 : Troopship duties for the duration of the war. Boatdeck posts out.
1946 : Emigrant service to the Antipodes
1950 : Broken up by Thomas W. Ward at Newport, Monmouthshire
[North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.4,p.1520] [South Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor,p.164] [Great Steamers White and Gold, A History of the Royal Mail Ships and Services by R.Baker & A.Leonard]