After the War, in 1920, Vedic saw passenger service as intended. She was once again refitted as an ocean liner, and immediately after traveled the Canada to Liverpool immigrant route. She took the Liverpool-Australia route in 1925.
In 1934, the White Star Line merged with its chief rival, Cunard Line, forming Cunard-White Star, Ltd. The newly formed company decided that the vessel was too old and needed to be retired from service. She was one of the first ships that Cunard-White Star sent to the breakers. She was sold for scrap in 1934.