Navis Neptun 1325 USS Charger, an Archer class Escort Carrier 1/1250
Built in 1939 as Rio de la Plata for Moore-McCormack Line and converted to an escort carrier, she was commissioned as HMS Charger under the Lease-Lend Agreement in March 1942. After service in the Royal Navy, she was returned to the United States and became USS Charger in December 1942 and served as a training carrier for the rest of the war. In 1948, she was bought by V-ships and became the Fairsea running from Naples to Melbourne for the Sitmar Line until 1969.
The Archer class were the first US designed and built carriers to serve in the Royal Navy but they were the subject of an acrimonious debate about the safe storage of avgas which came to a head when her sistership, HMS Dasher, tragically caught fire and exploded off the Scottish coast.