|Ship Class||Rapana-class Merchant Vessel|
|Displacement||16,000 tons standard|
Contributor: C. Peter Chen
ww2dbaseOriginally a civilian tanker, Acavus served in the North Atlantic throughout the Second World War after being converted into an escort carrier in 1943. She returned to merchant service postwar and named Iacara in 1952. She was scrapped at La Seine in 1963.
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