Holds: 2 (66', 58')
Hatches: (steel) (47', 42' x 22')
Derricks: 1 x 20 tons, 8 x 5 tons
Engines: 2 x Oil 2SA each 5Cy. 250 x 420mm. 780bhp.
Service speed: 10 knots
Port of Registry: Nelson
Oct 1948: Completed by Henry Robb Ltd., Leith for Anchor Shipping & Foundry Ltd., Nelson.
12 Feb 1949: Loaded at Westport the first consignment of cement produced by the New Zealand Cement Company, for shipment to Gisborne and Napier.
1 Mar 1972: Managed by the Union Steam Ship Co.
June 1974: Withdrawn from service and laid up.
1974: Sold to Maldives Shipping Ltd., Male and renamed Maldive Pilot.
1975: Sold to Power Shipping (Pte) Ltd., Singapore and renamed Yellow River.
16 Dec 1979: Arrived at Kaohsiung for demolition by Ya Chou Steel Manufacturing Co. Ltd.