- Built by: Harland & Wolff, Belfast
- Yard number 145
- Length 121.91m
- Depth 9.96m
- Draught 7.465m
- Gross tonnage* 4,189 grt
- Net tonnage* 2,217 nrt
- Deadweight  3,505 tons
- Engines Compound inverted direct-acting steam engines
- Engine builders Harland & Wolff, Belfast
- Power 4,400 ihp
- Propulsion Single screw
- Speed 14.5 knots
- Passenger capacity* 120 first, 48 second class
- Cargo capacity  4,179 cubic metres (147,600 cubic feet)
- Official number 83934
- 06.10.1881: Launched.
- 31.12.1881: Registered.
- 05.01.1882: Left her builders as Shannon for The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company.
- 19.01.1882: Maiden voyage from London to Sydney, though in fact she spent more of her time on the Bombay run.
- 23.05.1884: Re-measured. 4,077 grt, 2,050 nrt, deadweight 3,899 tons. 163 first class and 58 second class passenger capacity, Cargo capacity 3,311 cubic metres
- 23.01.1896: In collision with the powder hulk Thalia off Royal Albert Dock, London but without significant damage.
- 1898: A case of plague was reported aboard.
- 1900: Was to have been sold, but the deal collapsed and she was laid up in Victoria Dock.
- 07.1901: Sold at auction for £10,706 to Essafji Tajbhoy Borah, Bombay, and reported renamed PROCTER
- 12.1901: Sold to shipbreakers at Bombay.
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