Following the Dunkirk evacuation she was diverted from her normal service to collect refugees from Bordeaux. She picked up about 60 people including 24 Officers and men of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps. She was also bombed while in Belfast. The fire-bombs which fell on board were dealt with and the crew went ashore to fight fires in sheds and cargo and also on board other vessels in the harbour
Fate / Status
Broken Up 28/03/1957
On 21/03/1957 she was sold to the British Iron & Steel Corporation for £23,000 and broken up at Bo’ness by P&W MacLellan arriving one week later.