MV Empire MacMahon
|Owner:||Ministry of War Transport|
|Operator:||Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co.|
|Builder:||Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend|
|Launched:||2 July 1943|
|Renamed:||Naninia in 1946|
|Fate:||Scrapped Hong Kong 1960|
|Displacement:||8,908 tons (gross)|
|Length:||463 ft (141 m) (pp) 485 ft 9 in (148.06 m) (oa)|
|Beam:||61 ft 9 in (18.82 m)|
|Depth:||27 ft 6 in (8.38 m)|
|Speed:||11 knots (20 km/h)|
|Aircraft carried:||Four Fairey Swordfish|
MV Empire MacMahon was built by Swan Hunter, Wallsend under order from the Ministry of War Transport. She entered service as a MAC ship in December 1943, however only her air crew and the necessary maintenance staff were naval personnel. She was operated by Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co.
She returned to merchant service as an oil tanker in 1946 and renamed Naninia and was eventually scrapped in Hong Kong in 1960.