Length overall: 240' 6"
Beam: 34' 7"
Draught: 12' 10"
Built: 1957 - completed December
Builders: N.V. Bodewes Scheepswerven, Martenshoek, Holland
Derricks: 1 x 15 tons, 9 x 3-5 tons
Engines: 8-cylinder diesel, 1240bhp by Crossley Bros.
Speed: 13 knots
1958: Arrived in New Zealand and entered service. Designed for Chatham Islands trade as well as coastal service. Accommodation for 12 passengers.
7-8 May 1959: Badly damaged by fire at Lyttelton. Master and Chief Steward died, bridge and crew's quarters completely gutted.
1959: Altered to 891 tons gross, 369 net.
24 Nov 1959: Assisted in search for survivors of Holmglen off South Canterbury coast.
10 Apr 1961: Blower seized up when on passage from Chathams for Lyttelton. Drifted for 4 days 130 miles SE of Le Bons lighthouse while blower repaired. Arrived Lyttelton 14 Apr 1961.
22 Sep 1962: Stranded on a sandbank at the entrance to Raglan Harbour. Refloated 26 hours later by the company's ships Turihaua and Holmlea.
May 1965: Sailed from Onehunga on a new service to New Caledonia and Norfolk Island.
Aug 1967: Suffered engine trouble while bound from Tahiti to Rarotonga and towed to Rarotonga.
Mar 1975: Laid up at Auckland.
1975: Sold to Guan Guan Shipping (Pte.) Ltd., Singapore and renamed Golden Summer.
1983: Sold to National Shipbreakers Pte. Ltd., Singapore and arrived Jurong for demolition 20 December 1983.