The East Asiatic Co. Ltd. A/S,
Copenhagen, Denmark

m/v JUTLANDIA (II) / IMO: ? / ? Build: 1968 Shipyard: A/S Nakskov Skibsværft, Nakskov, Denmark. # 60
Dwt: 7.520 Grt: 8.457 Nrt: 5.204
Speed 15 knots   Dim:  140,26 x 18,64 x 10,97 m. Draft: 9,906 m.
10/11 1934: Delivered to The East Asiatic Co. Ltd. A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark as JUTLANDIA (II).
24/8 1948: Had fire in her engine-room when in Copenhagen, repaired.
9/11 1949: Collided in the Baltic Sea off Sandhammars lighthouse when on a voyage Copenhagen-Gdynia, with s/tug HERRÄNG , which sank, 5 men parish, 4 saved. 
1951: Rebuild to a Hospital-ship for the Korean war.
23/2 1951:
The Danish Hospital Ship JUTLANDIA leaves Copenhagen on its first out of three missions to Korea, serving under the United Nations, commanded by Captain Kai Hammerich.
16/10 1953: JUTLANDIA returns to Copenhagen on October 16, 1953 after completion of it's 3rd mission.
1953: Rebuild back to original.
1964: Sold to Revalorizacion de Materiales, Bilbao, Spain to be broken up.