Ships similar to or like 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. Wikipedia

  • RMS Queen Elizabeth

    Ocean liner operated by Cunard Line. With she provided weekly luxury liner service between Southampton in the United Kingdom and New York City in the United States, via Cherbourg in France. 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

  • 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

  • Cunard Line transatlantic steam ocean liner. And scrapped in 1932. Wikipedia

  • RMS Carmania (1905)

    Cunard Line transatlantic steam turbine ocean liner. And scrapped in 1932. Wikipedia

  • RMS Sylvania

    Ocean liner built in 1957 by John Brown & Co , in Glasgow, for the United Kingdom-based shipping company Cunard Line. The last Cunard Line vessel built specifically for transatlantic crossings. Wikipedia

  • SS Normandie

    French ocean liner built in Saint-Nazaire, France, for the French Line Compagnie Générale Transatlantique . She entered service in 1935 as the largest and fastest passenger ship afloat, crossing the Atlantic in a record 4.14 days, and remains the most powerful steam turbo-electric-propelled passenger ship ever built. Wikipedia

  • RMS Olympic

    British ocean liner and the lead ship of the White Star Line's trio of liners. Unlike the other ships in the class, Olympic had a long career spanning 24 years from 1911 to 1935. Wikipedia

  • RMS Franconia (1922)

    Ocean liner operated by the Cunard Line from 1922 to 1956. Second of three liners named Franconia which served the Cunard Line, the others being built in 1910 and the third Franconia in 1963. Wikipedia

  • RMS Ivernia

    Saxonia class ocean liner, built in 1955 by John Brown & Company in Clydebank, Scotland for Cunard Line, for their transatlantic passenger service between the UK and Canada. Rebuilt as a cruise ship and renamed RMS Franconia, after the famous pre-war liner RMS Franconia. 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

  • RMS Etruria

    Transatlantic ocean liner built by John Elder & Co. of Glasgow, Scotland in 1884 for the Cunard Line. Etruria and her sister ship were the last two Cunarders that were fitted with auxiliary sails. 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

  • RMS Oceanic (1899)

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

  • MV Kungsholm (1965)

    Built in 1966 by the John Brown & Company shipyard in Clydebank, Scotland as a combined ocean liner / cruise ship for the Swedish American Line. Later rebuilt as a full-time cruise ship sailing under the names MV Sea Princess, MV Victoria, MV Oceanic II. 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

  • RMS Saxonia (1954)

    British passenger liner built by John Brown & Company at Clydebank, Scotland for the Cunard Steamship Company for their Liverpool-Montreal service. The first of four almost identical sister ships built by Browns between 1954 and 1957 for UK-Montreal service. Wikipedia

  • SS United States

    Retired ocean liner built in 1950–51 for the United States Lines at a cost of $79.4 million. Largest ocean liner constructed entirely in the United States and the fastest ocean liner to cross the Atlantic in either direction, retaining the Blue Riband for the highest average speed since her maiden voyage in 1952. Wikipedia

  • SS Letitia

    Ocean liner built in Scotland for service with the Anchor-Donaldson Line. She continued to serve with its successor company Donaldson Atlantic Line. Wikipedia

  • SS Drottningholm

    One of the earliest steam turbine ocean liners. Designed as a transatlantic liner and mail ship for Allan Line, built in Scotland, and as RMS Virginian. 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

  • 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 Laconia (1921)

    Cunard ocean liner, built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson as a successor of the 1911–1917 Laconia. Launched on 9 April 1921, and made her maiden voyage on 25 May 1922 from Southampton to New York City. Wikipedia

  • RMS Transvaal Castle

    British ocean liner built by John Brown & Company at Clydebank for the Union-Castle Line for their mail service between Southampton and Durban. Sold to the South Africa-based Safmarine and renamed S.A. Vaal for further service on the same route. Wikipedia

  • RMS Umbria

    RMS Umbria and were the last two Cunard Line ocean liners that were fitted with auxiliary sails. Built by John Elder & Co. at Glasgow, Scotland in 1884. Wikipedia

  • SS Parthia (1870)

    Iron-hulled transatlantic ocean liner built for the Cunard Line by William Denny and Brothers in Dumbarton, Scotland. Her sister ships were the Abyssinia and Algeria. Wikipedia

  • Queen Mary 2

    British transatlantic ocean liner. She has served as the flagship of Cunard Line since succeeding Queen Elizabeth 2 in 2004. Wikipedia

  • Ocean liner built for the Cunard Line during the 1920s which served primarily on the Canadian route. Requisitioned by the British Royal Navy during the Second World War and ultimately scrapped in 1957. Wikipedia

  • RMS Saxonia (1899)

    Passenger ship of the British Cunard Line. Between 1900 and 1925, Saxonia operated on North Atlantic and Mediterranean passenger routes, and she saw military service during World War I (1914–1918). Wikipedia


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  • The "Parade of A Thousand Lights" is in the Shoreline Village area (near downtown Long Beach and the RMS Queen Mary).Long Beach, California-Wikipedia
  • While aboard the RMS Queen Mary when World War II began in September 1939, Hope volunteered to perform a special show for the passengers, during which he sang "Thanks for the Memory" with rewritten lyrics.Bob Hope-Wikipedia
  • Bettys' founder, Frederick Belmont, travelled on the maiden voyage of the Queen Mary in 1936.York-Wikipedia
  • In 1936 the ex-White Star Majestic was sold when Hull Number 534, now named Queen Mary, replaced her in the express mail service.Cunard Line-Wikipedia
  • The merger took place in 1934 and launched the construction of the Queen Mary while progressively sending their older ships to the scrapyard.Ocean liner-Wikipedia
  • On the seafront at St Leonards is Marine Court, a 1938 block of flats in the Art Deco style that was originally called 'The Ship' due to its style being based on the ocean liner RMS Queen Mary.Hastings-Wikipedia

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