Ex-SAGA built on behalf of the Swedish shipping company Svenska Lloyd. Launched in 1940. Brought into service in May 1946 on the Gothenburg-London line. Bought by Transat in 1956. Renamed VILLE DE BORDEAUX. Refitted out and brought into service on the Bordeaux-Casablanca line in March 1957, where she replaces the MAROC. In 1960, is assigned to the lines of North Africa, without renaming (VILLE DE NICE had been considered). On February 6, 1962, the explosion of a booby-trapped car at the departure of Bône makes four victims and damages the navigation bridge seriously. Repairs last two months. In 1963, is assigned during the summer to the lines of Corsica. Sold in February 1964 to the Bulgarian shipping company Navigation Maritime Bulgare. Renamed NESSEBAR. Used as cruising ship in the Black Sea. Transfered in 1973 to Balkanturist. Demolished in Split in Yugoslavia in 1976.