I think this is the Lycaon - but the name is not clear.
Older expats with long leaves may have travelled on these Blue Funnel ships. They carried passengers - 16 to 20 or so. The travel allowance covered the cost of sailing to the UK (or elsewhere) and flying back - or vice versa, or even sailing both ways if you had enough time. They went to places off the beaten track, food was fantastic, booze cheaper than cheap and within a couple of weeks passengers and crew were as one. And the crew certainly knew where to go when ashore ... :)
I believe Shaw Saville and Holland America also had similar passenger-cargo ships.