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|Builder/Built||1907 Harland and Wolff Belfast|
Owned by the White Star line and used on the Southampton to New York run until 1911 after which she serviced the Liverpool-New York route.
The first liner to feature a swimming pool and Turkish bath. She could carry 2,825 passengers in three classes 425 x 1st, 500 x 2nd, and 1,900 x 3rd.
During World War 1 she was used as a troopship, surviving without incident. After the war she was converted to a cabin-class ship until 1933 when she was withdrawn from the New York service and converted for cruising. She was scrapped in Japan in 1935.