Don't be uncertain. The Four Suites were called ARAGUAYA, ALMANZORA, ALCANTARA & AUSTRIAS.
1959 - 1960. Major refit at De Schelde. The Smokeroom was renamed the Warwick Room. The Grand Hall and the Observation Lounge was renamed the Princess Lounge (after Princess Margaret). The Seahorse Inn shows the company 'arms' represented from the seahorse. The new bar by the swimming pool was the Mermaid Bar. The four luxury suites remembered early ships from the South America service with the names ARAGUAYA, ALCANTARA, AUSTRIAS and ALMANZORA. Another former ship was remembered. Inevitably ANDES' predecessor as full-time liner, the immensely popular ATLANTIS, had to be represented and her name was given to the Restaurant. Part of the former second class restaurant was rebuilt as an exclusive restaurant was named the Galleon Grill.
See page 179L MACQUEEN'S LEGACY -Ships of the Royal Mail Line - Volume Two.
Better the job at with the Brewery. You would have end up these horrible monster cruise ships... with 6,000 passengers. Most of the staff today are youngsters and do not know the old ships.
I have posted a photo of ANDES berthed at New York in the 1950. The ships shown on the slide did were not named. Took a while to work out was it was! The photo is in the SN Gallery. Good luck if you can find it!!!