Ships similar to or like RMS Olympic

British ocean liner and the lead ship of the White Star Line's trio of liners. Wikipedia

  • Olympic-class ocean liner

    The Olympic-class ocean liners were a trio of British ocean liners built by the Harland & Wolff shipyard for the White Star Line during the early 20th century. They were (1911), (1912), and (1915). Wikipedia

  • HMHS Britannic

    The third vessel of the White Star Line's of steamships and the second White Star ship to bear the name Britannic. The fleet mate of both the and the and was intended to enter service as a transatlantic passenger liner. Wikipedia

  • RMS Adriatic (1906)

    UK ocean liner of the White Star Line. The fourth of a quartet of ships of more than, dubbed The Big Four. Wikipedia

  • SS Laurentic (1927)

    Steam ocean liner built in 1927 by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, for the White Star Line. The last steamship to be built for White Star Line. Wikipedia

  • RMS Asturias (1925)

    Royal Mail Lines ocean liner that was built in Belfast in 1925. Armed merchant cruiser until she was crippled by a torpedo in 1943. Wikipedia

  • MV Britannic (1929)

    British transatlantic ocean liner that was and scrapped in 1960. The penultimate ship built for White Star Line before its 1934 merger with Cunard Line. Wikipedia

  • SS Ceramic

    Steam ocean liner built in Belfast for White Star Line in 1912–13 and operated on the Liverpool – Australia route. The largest ship serving the route until P&O introduced in 1923. Wikipedia

  • RMS Majestic (1914)

    White Star ocean liner working on the North Atlantic run, originally launched in 1914 as the Hamburg America Line liner SS Bismarck. The largest ship in the world until completion of in 1935. Wikipedia

  • RMS Mauretania (1906)

    Ocean liner designed by Leonard Peskett and built by Wigham Richardson and Swan Hunter for the British Cunard Line, launched on the afternoon of 20 September 1906. The world's largest ship until the completion of in 1911. Wikipedia

  • Ocean liner

    Passenger ship primarily used as a form of transportation across seas or oceans. Liners may also carry cargo or mail, and may sometimes be used for other purposes (such as for pleasure cruises or as hospital ships). Wikipedia

  • SS Akaroa (1914)

    UK steam ocean liner and refrigerated cargo ship. Launched in 1914 in Ireland as Euripides for Aberdeen Line. Wikipedia

  • SS Themistocles

    UK steam ocean liner and refrigerated cargo ship. In Ireland and scrapped in 1947 in Scotland. Wikipedia

  • RMS Orama (1911)

    UK steam ocean liner and Royal Mail Ship. In Ireland for the Orient Steam Navigation Company. Wikipedia

  • UK steam ocean liner and refrigerated cargo ship. Launched in 1911 in Ireland for Aberdeen Line and scrapped in 1931 in England. Wikipedia

  • RMS Aquitania

    British ocean liner of the Cunard Line in service from 1914 to 1950. Designed by Leonard Peskett and built by John Brown & Company in Clydebank, Scotland. Wikipedia

  • SS Canberra

    Ocean liner, which later operated on cruises, in the P&O fleet from 1961 to 1997. Built at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Northern Ireland at a cost of £17 million. Wikipedia

  • RMS Oceanic (1899)

    Transatlantic ocean liner built for the White Star Line. The largest ship in the world until 1901. Wikipedia

  • Titanic

    British passenger liner operated by the White Star Line that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912, after striking an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City. Of the estimated 2,224 passengers and crew aboard, more than 1,500 died, making the sinking at the time the deadliest of a single ship in the West and the deadliest peacetime sinking of a superliner or cruise ship to date. Wikipedia

  • RMS Cedric

    Ocean liner owned by the White Star Line. The second of a quartet of ships over 20,000 tons, dubbed The Big Four, and was the largest vessel in the world at the time of her launch. Wikipedia

  • SS Britannic (1874)

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  • RMS Oceanic (1870)

    The White Star Line's first liner and an important turning point in passenger liner design. Later chartered to Occidental and Oriental Steamship Company in 1875. Wikipedia

  • RMS Andes (1939)

    Steam turbine Royal Mail Ship, ocean liner, cruise ship, and the flagship of the Royal Mail Lines fleet. The second Royal Mail ship to be named after the South American Andes mountain range. Wikipedia

  • SS Megantic

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  • MS Wanganella

    Australian-registered ocean liner built by Harland and Wolff that entered service on the trans-Tasman route in 1933. Acquired by Huddart Parker after the original sale to Elder Dempster Lines fell through. Wikipedia

  • RMS Queen Mary

    Retired British ocean liner that sailed primarily on the North Atlantic Ocean from 1936 to 1967 for the Cunard-White Star Line and built by John Brown & Company in Clydebank, Scotland. Queen Mary, along with, were built as part of Cunard's planned two-ship weekly express service between Southampton, Cherbourg and New York. Wikipedia

  • HMHS Asturias

    Royal Mail Steam Packet Company ocean liner that was built in Ireland in 1908 and scrapped in Japan in 1933. Royal Mail Ship until 1914, when on the eve of the First World War the British Admiralty requisitioned her as a hospital ship. Wikipedia

  • SS Laurentic (1908)

    UK transatlantic ocean liner that was built in Ireland and. Early and influential example of a ship whose propulsion combined reciprocating steam engines with a low-pressure steam turbine. Wikipedia

  • Steam-powered ocean liner built in 1902 by Harland and Wolff in Belfast for the White Star Line. The second White Star Liner to be named Ionic and served on the United Kingdom – New Zealand route. Wikipedia

  • SS Zealandic (1911)

    British ocean liner initially operated by White Star Line. Used both as a passenger liner and a cargo ship as well as serving during both world wars. Wikipedia

  • SS Lapland

    Steam ocean liner built in Ireland for the Belgian Red Star Line. Red Star's flagship: similar in appearance to the company's Samland, Gothland and Poland, but far larger. Wikipedia


Sentences forRMS Olympic

  • In June 1929, García Lorca travelled to the US with Fernando de los Rios on the RMS Olympic, a sister liner to the RMS Titanic.Federico García Lorca-Wikipedia
  • They encountered several home-bound convoys and succeeded in sinking 3 ships, but at the loss of 2 of their number, including U-103, which was rammed by the troopship Olympic.U-boat Campaign-Wikipedia
  • She and Dillon set sail on the RMS Olympic under the name Mr and Mrs Dillon and were met at the American port by her sister Alice, who had resided in the country for many years.Marie Lloyd-Wikipedia
  • Mauretania and Olympic had many admirers during their careers, and their retirement and scrapping caused certain sadness.Ocean liner-Wikipedia
  • In December 1926 Korda and his wife sailed for the United States on board the steamer Olympic, with a view to Korda taking up a contract with the American studio First National.Alexander Korda-Wikipedia
  • The town once had a carpet factory, established in 1904 by Yvo de Vesci, the 5th Viscount – notably producing some of the carpets used on the RMS Olympic and RMS Titanic.Abbeyleix-Wikipedia

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