built by William Denny & Brothers Dumbarton,
Yard No 746 Engines by shipbuilder
Port of Registry: Wellington
Propulsion: Triple screw, steam turbines.
1914: Fitted with geared turbines and reduced to two screws.
Launched: Monday, 19/06/1905
Ship Type: Steamship
Ship's Role: Intercolonial passenger and cargo service Australia / New Zealand / Canada.
Tonnage: 5323 grt | 3318 nrt
Length: 400 feet
Breadth: 50 feet
Draught: (Depth 31 feet)
Union Steamship Company of New Zealand
Status: Sunk - 09/07/1935
1905: Delivered 29 September.
War service as Hospital Ship 30.
1935: Sank off Frazer Island, South Queensland when under tow to Japan for scrapping.
Remains can still be clearly seen and are a tourist attraction.
Photo supplied by Peter Stewart, from builder's souvenir book
Additional data by George Robinson
Previous update by Paul Strathdee
Last updated: by Bruce Allan from the original records by Stuart Cameron
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