Aye, and her sister survives, just, decaying at Hartlepool.
The HF1 had a ridiculously short life, being sold for scrap in 1981, just 16 years old. Reason? Thirsty turbines and also the fact that she really was quite outdated when built. She should be compared with Thoresen's Viking I and Viking II, which came out in 1964, one year before her. Those ships were diesel powered, had bridge control and offered drive through loading.