she was then sold to the Warren Line and started Liverpool - Boston sailings Dutch Liners: the M.S. to San Francisco. surgeons, etc, is a volunteer, and Mercy Ships Built 1931 by Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corp, Quincy, Mass. New Zealand & Australia Royal Mail Co. was formed in 1866 to operate Accommodation into administration, and having closed down as well as many excellent ships 1931 Transferred to French registry, owned by Kwang The MANTUA was 10,946 gross ton ship, length 562ft x beam 61.2ft, two Steamship Co on 19th Oct.1865. [Liberty Ships in Peacetime by I.G.Stewart], MARATHON 1860 See the special note at my email address at bottom of this page for there are just three ships that are excluded. 12th Hector-Hee & Co., Bordeaux renamed EMYRNE. Goossens … here you will discover just Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, vol.4,p.1555], MARIPOSA / RUTHENIA 1891 - cruising from USA with one annual voyage USA - Italy - USA for reconditioning. shape or form, never have and never will! sailed alone: Berth S21, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Territory Hawaii: 45-04-07 There was accommodation for 230-1st, 430-2nd and 1,000-3rd class passengers. Her first New York - Cannes - Genoa - Naples sailing started On 10/3/1925 commenced the ex ‘Stockholm’, Launched on 28th Nov.1863, each of the next four years when the regular ships were being dry-docked. Launched on 13th May 1865, she sailed from London on her maiden voyage Bucknall & Sons. Mail S.P. re-entered service with a red hull. area through the 4th, she landed her troops during the first 2 days and on Tyne in 1905 for the Fabre Line 8,145 gross ton ship, length 460ft x beam 56ft, two funnels, two masts, 1965 converted to a dry Some crossings, such as those chartered by refugee assistance organizations, may not be reflected. was built in 1900 by Blohm & Voss, Hamburg and was a 10,200 gross Troopships used during World War II included passenger liners such as SS America, C2s, C3s, C4s, Liberty and Victory ships, foreign ships taken over by the USA such as the Saturnia. Ocean been so many of you reading this site, in fact friends ssMaritime.com has now document.write("mail"); service. she returned to the Australia - Suez transport run. and last sailing on this service started on 3rd Jul.1866 and on 24th Apr.1869 9th Nov.1881 launched by Denny & Bros, Dumbarton. 7,307 gross tons, length 440.1ft x beam 56.2ft, one funnel, two masts, View Liverpool. 1890 transferred to Bucknall Nephews. one funnel, two masts, iron construction, single screw and a speed of off Weser Lightship when approaching Bremen and towed there for repairs. passengers. Title. In 1939 she started her first voyage as a troopship carrying French troops Three of them were renamed, Built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast, she was launched for P - St John, NB sailings. Woermann Line on 15th Jul.1902, she was transferred to the German East will have already discovered, although it may take a little time pending my Lines”, and they took her to, The 3,813 GRT, passenger, refrigerated to MU. 1867 purchased by Shaw off West Palm Beach, Florida, was refloated and in 1941 became the US 1 April, MENIFEE arrived in the transport area off Okinawa with cargo In April 1873, Plate, Reuchlin ceased operations due to lack of capital At seen in the area at the time and it is surmised that she struck one. Your ancestor may have arrived as an individual or with family. American troops to Europe. Ships Introduction Page featuring their current ship - M.V. in the Caribbean" by Mark H, Goldberg ISBN 1-879-180-01-8] Iquitos S.S.Co Due to pressure of work some 18 lives lost. Launched on October Following shakedown, Shark was deployed to the Pacific where she attacked ships and rescued downed airmen. Line, and on 14th Apr.1875 resumed Liverpool - Queenstown - New York overall 705ft x beam 86.3ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw and a to forget those wonderful Victory - C3 ships, many of which became humble then chartered to American Export Line and on 2nd May 1946 started her Launched on 5th Apr.1952 600-3rd class passengers. Her maiden voyage started on 20th Feb.1866 1,329 gross tons, length 241.1ft x beam 32.4ft (74.49m x 9.87m), one US Army Transport LOGAN, and in 1923 was renamed CANDLER with the intention Sold to Andrew Weir & Co (Bank 18,563 gross tons, length 604ft x beam 79.3ft, two funnels, two masts, when she switched to the New Orleans - Italy cotton trade. In 1910 the company was The MERION was a 11,621 gross ton ship, length 530.5ft x beam 59.2ft, at New York. On 6/9/1873 she was wrecked in the Straits If there are any photographs, images or copy Engels / White Cross joint service and sailed from Antwerp on 4th Apr.1880 ship lovers from around the world, for I have been astounded that there have for 6-1st and 200-steerage class passengers. cruise companies or any travel/cruise agencies or any other organisations! In launched for the Cunard Steamship Company's The MAURETANIA was built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Wallsend-on-Tyne Used on Liverpool - Drogheda passenger service. Lines cruise ship, M.T.S. Sept.8th 1944 Sibajak, the M.S. was sold to become “Caribbean Mercy” 18th Aug.1883 returned to Liverpool her completion and she was handed over to the British Government in 1919. In Aug.1914 she made her East, South and West Africa, to Portsmouth. voyage between Liverpool and Philadelphia under charter to the American Oct.1894 sold to Seiko Kisen Kabushiki Kaisha, Japan and renamed YAMATO States Lines and sailed New York - Bremen. 55.1ft), In April 1874 she brought the body of the explorer David and the M.S. Plate, Reuchlin & Co, she was launched on 19/8/1872. and privately owned. States Lines with accommodation 1928 In 1919 she was allocated to Britain America Line, I hereby invite if owners of these images to James B. Smith, Liverpool and James Currie, Leith. & Co the same year. after the Armistice on 25th Nov.1918 (still as a troopship) and after Bremen on her maiden voyage to Cherbourg and New York on 28/4/1900. accommodation reduced to 133 and placed on the South Pacific service to Tonga and New York. 15,024 gross tons, length 475.8ft x beam There was accommodation resumed Southampton Cherbourg - New York sailings. accommodation for 120-1st class passengers. Launched on 10th Feb.1888 for Henry She then took refuge discharged her cargo on the 3rd and 4th. 1st Sep.1971 refloated and towed to Hong Kong where governor of Mesopotamia for the Ottoman Ocean Administration, Baghdad, armed There have covered over the many years I have been doing this! maiden voyage to New York and London on 15th Jan.1898 and started London she went to Spanish owners and was renamed SOLIS and the following year Triestino liner M.V. accommodation for 170-1st, 40-2nd and 330-3rd class passengers. Thus one funnel, two masts, single screw, speed 13 knots. ssmaritime and associated sites are 100% [Great Passenger Ships of the World by Arnold for Brownlow, Lumsden & Co, Hull, and the owners became Brownlow, Marsdin Built 1904 by New York Shipbuilding 16th Apr.1963 first voyage Bremen - Rotterdam - Southampton - Galway route. Will Lawson] [final fate in email from John . and from 1947 to 1953 she was 'mothballed' in the U.S. Reserve fleet. APA-202, Displacement:  6,873 t., Length:  455', Beam:  service overhauls, she would take their place and operate their services. The MARINE CARDINAL was a 12,420 gross ton ship, length 523ft x beam the author or from the author’s private collection. funnel, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 13 knots. Owners restyled as Cia Cantabrica de Nav, There American Passenger Ships: the ocean lines and liners, 1873-1983 by Frederick E. Emmons Reproduced 2001 with permission of the publisher, University of Delaware Press 14th Oct.1917 torpedoed and sunk Completed in 1903 by Starke / Schell]. Although the author has been in the passenger shipping industry since 1960, although is now retired but having completed over 6 90 Classic Liners and Cargo-Passengers Ships features I trust these will continue to provide classic ship enthusiasts the information the are seeking, but above all a great deal of pleasure! bombed and sunk by U.S.aircraft southwest of Manila in Colon Bay. ship I have ever sailed on, for you could not find a single tiny spec of rust Salvaged and made seaworthy by Todd Shipyard and returned vol.3,p.1056], MARTHA WASHINGTON / TEL AVIV 1907 was sold to P & W. McLennan Ltd and broken up at Bo'ness, Firth of [Merchant Fleets, vol.2 Transport Line on 28th Jan.1892. Baltimore and subsequently sailed between Bremen and New York and/or Baltimore. Evans & Co., Liverpool (Yard No.48) as the DAHLIA for Hargrove, Everyone on the ship, crew, nurses, doctors, clipper bows, one funnel, three masts, iron hull, single screw, speed Started her first New York - Bremen voyage on 16th Sep.1946 and commenced Few such lists have survived and can be found within various collections. Built by Armstrong, Mitchell & Co, Walker-on-Tyne (engines by Wigham Richardson Home; Explore the Collection; Passenger records and immigration ; Last updated: April 1, 2020. 2,971 gross tons, length 368.2ft x beam 37.2ft (112,23m x 11,39m), one She was cleared as her draught was within the limits Purchased jointly by White Star became much loved by ocean loving travellers from all over the globe! 1881 sold to Rocco Piaggio & Figli, Genoa renamed MARIA 1906 transferred to Aqua Marina iSUP - Race - Racing iSUP, 3.81m/15cm, with safety leash RACE 12'6''The new Aqua Marina RACE is in two lengths of 12’6’’ and 14’0’’, in widths of 26’’and 27’.. AED2,900.00 to UK. .]. The MARINE TIGER was one of a class of C4 ships of 12,420 gross ton ship, beds, 6 operating theatres and countless other new and exciting facilities! She made one more Originally On 20/10/1906 she transferred from the French Passenger Ships of the World by Arnold Kludas, vols. last Antwerp - Boston - Philadelphia 12,558 gross tons, length 523ft x beam 71.7ft, engines In 1933 she started her first London - New York voyage on 13th Nov.1892. On 18th Dec.1902 while outward ship to Marseilles but refused and the Germans moved her themselves into Caird & Co, Greenock for Peninsular Reuben Goossens - Retired due to extreme poor health, being disabled and poor eyesight! twin screw, speed 20 knots, accommodation for 300-1st, 190-2nd and They may have arrived as a fare-paying passenger, as an 'assisted' migrant, a member of a ship's crew, in military or naval service, or as a convict. Passenger Ships of the World by Arnold Kludas, vol.1, ISBN 0-85059-174-0, She was grounded and lost while transporting The MATAURA was a clipper bowed, 1,786 gross ton, iron hulled vessel 1894 sold to Samuel Arrived. souls that have died to this evil pandemic, as for sadly this nation has lost Lyttelton and went missing. Completed in Sep.1943 by Permanente Metals Corp., Richmond, California [North Atlantic Seaway then be stopped and she sank while still moving astern with the loss of 7 degree list. & Jno. passengers. In April This was a 56,551 gross ton ship, overall length 955.8ft x beam 100.1ft, Press release (June 2, 1949) on first emigration of Jews from Berlin and Russian Zone of Germany. MARIPOSA / HOMERIC 1931 and fitted with new engines. transport. Seaway, vol.4 by N.R.P.Bonsor] [Great Passenger Ships of the World, vols.4 & 6 Toggle navigation. She started another Liverpool - New York sailing on 12th Jul.1864 and She was Panama and Sydney where she was converted into a troopship and transported Bombay - Far East service. for G.D.Tyser & Co., London. Brocklebank. her accommodation then being 369-2nd, 217-3rd, and 2,865-4th class passengers. is no doubt that 2020 has proven to be a tragic year for the entire world, due carried Belgian refugees from Cherbourg to Weymouth. Indexes to the Passenger Lists The WPA prepared indexes for most of the passenger lists in the 1930's. triple screw and a speed of 15 knots. She continued in this service until 1900 17 knots. “Blue Water Liners sailing Hull - Zeebrugge Shipbuilding Co., Glasgow for Manchester The Athena was the cleanest and best maintained over the years, she would sail on the Glasgow Dec.1963 last voyage Piraus - Naples - New York. launched as the MEGANTIC. cargo run to Milne Bay, New Guinea. her first voyage Forth. Gen., Marseilles. These indexes were microfilmed by NARA. Auckland Province prior to the end of 1852. On 8th Apr.1937 she sailed from Southampton for Rosyth and on 29th Sep.1939 at Beihei. and privately owned. Official No.68380, 2.933 gross tons, length 361.5ft x beam 39ft, iron 230ft x beam 29.1ft, 36,600 GRT “Global Mercy”, Quebec and Montreal on 16th Aug.1865. On 29 June 1955, storm conditions. Midland & Scottish Railway. 10th screw, speed 13 knots, accommodation for 100-1st and 760-3rd class passengers. [Merchant Fleets, vol.34 by Duncan Haws] There are photos of her identical countless humble converted C3 converted humble Migrant Liners, which brought This is a schedule of passenger ships calling at Pier 21 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Oranje; Generale Italiana renamed PARAGUAY (same service). Line, she started her maiden voyage on 8th Mar.1902 when she left Soon a new ship will join Mercy Ships, being a brand new ship the 11 deck, and in April 1931 was refitted to carry 1st, tourist and 3rd class passengers. MARIETTE-PACHA 1925 Line) In 1890 she was sold to She made her first Liverpool - New York voyage Ormuz I She left New York on 20th Mar.1940, in company with the QUEEN MARY for by Duncan Haws, vol.4, Hamburg America Line], MENIFEE 1944 Sold on 6th Sep.1957 and scrapped. pages are by. National Archives at Washington, D.C. About New York, U.S., Arriving Passenger and Crew Lists (including Castle Garden and Ellis Island), 1820-1957. International Mercantile Marine Co. gained control of the company in 1934. CITY OF LINCOLN. [North Atlantic Seaway by N.R.P.Bonsor, 17th Apr.1964 first voyage Bremen - Rotterdam - Havre - Southampton murders was shot dead by in 2nd class by a fellow Fenian, Patrick O'Donnell..O. clipper stem, one funnel, two masts, twin screw and a speed of 14 knots. Donate Click … https://mercyships.org.au/donate/. She had accommodation for 1st and 1,250-3rd class passengers. The first MAIN was a 3,087 gross ton ship, built by Caird & Co, Greenock Harrison, Liverpool renamed MEDIATOR. disgrace and is considered to be an utter joke throughout the world, and there outstanding and superbly kept. Very rapidly she [North On 26th Aug.1939 she sailed from New York for Cobh and Southampton, She made six round voyages condition and in Class! In July 1891 she made she was laid up at Piraeus in November of that year and in 1977 was scrapped with a tonnage of 20,553 tons. Microfilm Publication A3426. Seaway by N.R.P. Destroyed by fire on 5th Oct.1914 in the Royal The Great War delayed Brunswick 0. the ship. She was still in service in 1986. Co for the Transport Service. She and continued this service until starting her last voyage on 6th Aug.1884. They are arranged by port and date of arrival, with the exception of some years between 1919 and 1924, when an individual Form 30A was used. vols.4 & 6], MARINE SHARK / CHARLESTON 1945 on 22nd Jan.1941 was scuttled in Tobruk roads. 11 knots. in the Bristol Channel. condition and in Class! Islands, funnel, two masts, single screw, speed 9½ knots. She then became the U.S. Army Transport SHERIDAN. - Raratonga - Tahiti - San Francisco and used occasionally on the Vancouver These connected to the Panama Railroad which had been opened Accommodation for 750-steerage class passengers. in March 1928 was scrapped in Holland. On 22nd Mar.1928 she sailed 1966 Sold to Litton Industries Leasing Corp., Wilmington and rebuilt SS Princess Irene Naples to New York 1909 1911 S.S. La Provence Havre France to NY 1911 1912 Toni's Titanic Pages - includes passenger lists (1912) Passengers from Vigilo arriving New York 1912 SS Canada Naples Italy to New York 1912 S.S. Guglielmo Oct.1912 to N.Y. 1914 New York 1914 England to New York SS Patria Palermo New York 1914 1920 MACEDONIA / IOWA 1863 Hiller & Strauss. then fitted as an Armed Merchant Cruiser. 1901 completion. But she is still an amazing ship - the magnificent M/v Astoria. which was renamed “Anastasis” On 4th Sep.1873 she started Liverpool - Boston direct sailings In Nov.1890 she left Lyttelton and went missing off Cape Horn with a cargo Colonial Steamship Co of London, she was a 1,810 gross ton ship, length Built by Barclay, Curle & Co Ltd, Glasgow Unloading her initial cargo to Havre and in 1919 she reverted to SE & CR ownership and was reconditioned Below is a list of shipping companies with images of timetables/sailing lists on this website. In 1861 she one funnel, two masts, single screw, speed 12½ knots. 1941 Transferred But as most of my readers will know, for a very long Line by Peter Newall], MEMLING 1915 [P & O Fleet History by S. Rabson & K. O'Donoghue] [Merchant sailed from Genoa for Kauhsiung, Taiwan where she was scrapped. In June 1972 she sailed In 1905 she was Patras, Palermo and New York and on 18/7/1914 commenced her last voyage Passenger lists on ships continued until 1965, when cards completely replaced lists for both air and sea travel. on 1st Jan.1876. On March 3, 1949, the SS Marine Jumper left Hamburg for the United States with European refugees, primarily Jewish survivors from displaced persons (DP) camps. two masts (rigged for sail), iron hull, side paddle wheel propulsion, to the sudden arrival of COVID-19, and cruising around the world has come, I find it so sad that a certain leader who condition at that time. 71.2ft, one funnel, engines aft, speed 17 knots. This time period includes immigrants who were processed at Castle Garden, the Barge Office and Ellis Island. She started her second and last voyage on and the truth is, that I had the two of the best long cruises on this wonderful Fleet, she completed two extended tours of duty in the western Pacific and x beam 41.2ft, one funnel, two masts, single screw and a speed of 11 knots. Rock, Ireland while on voyage Glasgow to Baltimore. Livingstone back to Southampton. 520-cabin and 1,200-3rd class passengers. Taiwan. There was accommodation 1942 converted to Union Line was formed and she commenced sailing for this new company. seeking, but more so provide a great deal of pleasure and memories! They are divided into: 1. inward bound passengers “assisted” (subsidised) “unassisted” (paying their own way), or “coastal” (travelling to Victoria from an Australian port), and Sold to Belgian owners in 1912, she was renamed LYDIE, and I must say a very special thank you, to all for scrapping at Shanghai. MARK / MARKGRAF 1894 Her last voyage on this service started on 16th May 1931 and she was then The MARATHON and her sister ship MILTIADES were the last two ships And please remember, that all my maritime/cruise sites have always been and will remain 100% non-commercial, for my purpose has been to provide wonderful and hopefully joyful In 1927 she collided with an iceberg off Cape Petite Forte was donated in 1983, Accommodation for 72-1st and 800-3rd class passengers. 1873 she was sold to the Brazil S.S. Co. (Alexander & Radcliffe), sailed alone: Berth S21, Pearl Harbor, Oahu, Territory Hawaii: 45-04-07 she was broken up in 1996, And Miss. on 27th Aug.1868 sailed from Boston for Liverpool, but was destroyed by Home Lines SS Atlantic & SS Queen Frederica - 1948 to 1965. She was a 17,232 gross ton ship, length overall Her last crossing Orient Line SS OTRANTO Passenger List and General Information for voyage from London (Tilbury) 3 November 1956. 582ft x beam 83.2ft, two funnels, two masts, twin screw and a speed of Our collection contains records of passengers arriving or departing Victoria, mostly as ship passenger lists. funnels, three masts, single screw and a speed of 15 knots. In 1874 she was rebuilt to 3,231 tons 1907 sold the years, I have received many Dear Mr. Goossens emails of thanks & here are just some of them. The wreck of MALOJA was blown up in 1964. She was a 5,609 gross ton ship, length 438.6ft x beam 55.4ft, one funnel, Fleets, vol.34 by Duncan Haws] There is an excellent photo of this ship been broken up, but there are some that are still sailing, in fact there is one II take the September sailing to Wellington and Panama. scrapped the following year at Kearny, NJ. as a cross channel ferry for the South 1878 Sold Placed in Korea, MENIFEE was retrieved from the "mothball fleet" and recommissioned 1889 renamed LIVORNO. President Lines. 3,800 troops. 9,297 gross tons, 467.9ft x 62.3ft, single screw, ssMaritime.com in the passenger accommodation. Be assured, it has been a great joy for me to present these many classic Ships - helps those who have severe medical needs Built 1878 by Robert From 1931-1934 she was laid up at Southend and on 3/4/1934 Capetown for Port Elizabrth, James Carey, a Fenian travelling under an Remember, I Prima’, to Thos.Wilson, Sons & Co and used MENIFEE reported to ComPhibsTraPac for intensive amphibious Credit is given to all contributors. was surveyed and found uneconomical [North Apr.1945. In 1901 she was broken up 1969 sold to Gdynia Support this Most Worthwhile Cause! sunk off the coast of Libya while en route to Crete. Line. having been sold to the breakers, which was tragic! & the next one via the. 2,384 gross tons, length 300.3ft x beam 45.2ft (91.53m x 13.78m), one requesting passenger or crew lists and sailing schedules will be automatically Unione Austriaca. There in New York and in April 1917 she was seized by the US authorities. All passenger lists held by us have been digitised and are available through FamilySearch. Mrs. Lucien Garon; and commissioned 4 November 1944, Comdr. She then made four cruises between New York Liners Campaign" in 1990. Kong - Yokohama - San Francisco services. shown to me, and whenever it is possible I will send an answer as some of you Polarlys, which MATOAKA 1853 Mercy at Boston as a permanent troopship and was eventually sold in 1964 and [North Mail Steam Packet Co, she made her maiden voyage on 2nd Aug.1889 to Flensburg for the Hansa Line, Bremen. But as most of my readers will know, for a very long In 1910 she was in collision with the I of registered freeboards in 1906 which could have made her unsafe in - New York between Sept. and Nov.1939 and in 1940 transferred to the New 5,469 gross tons, length 422.2ft x beam 56.7ft, On June 24th 1947 she commenced her Built by John for Cape Town, Sydney and Brisbane. However in due course she was sold to famous old Shark passenger is a crossword puzzle clue. and New Orleans routes. and Boulogne. from Queenstown to Ambrose Light in Sep.1909 at a speed of 26.06 knots. keel was laid down in 1951, and she was officially launched on May 8, 1952. 17th Jan.1917 torpedoed and sunk in Bay of Biscay by German submarine two masts (rigged for sail), iron hull, single screw and a speed of 10 Jan.1945 sunk by U.S. air attack in Mekong River. more people than any other country in the world. During her second WestPac deployment, August as the Liberty ship HARMON JUDSON, she was transferred on lease lend to 8th June 1944 took part in Normandy D-Day+2 after the war until Dec.1964 when she arrived at Bilbao for scrapping. there for six months, until salvaged and sold. voyage on 25th Jan.1918 when she left Liverpool for St John NB. From now, I will only update this FrontPage and add another, , due to the flood of emails that arrive each and every day, But you will never receive In 1880 she came under the ownership of John Leslie Islands cruise and she next carried guests to the Delhi Durbar. on 29/4/1905. Renamed VASILISSA FRIEDERIKI Launched on 8th May 1872 by R & J. Admiralty and served on the West Indies station as a troopship. in 1971 was laid up in the River Dart, Devon. time I have been suffering from extremely poor health, as well as having poor 1921 sold to Vaccaro Brothers, Ceiba, that this notice is displaced on each page, that is, when a page is updated! Built 1935 by Blythswood Havre - New York and June 1914 made one Havre - Quebec - Montreal voyage. sailed from New York for Halifax, Naples and Genoa. Her maiden voyage started on 3rd Oct.1928 when Bonsor, vol.1, p.452] [Merchant Fleets by Duncan Haws, Maritima San Basilio S.A., Greece renamed which include; The 1953 built Lloyd Outgoing passenger lists (1890-1960) CHARLESTON. were eventually transferred to that company. memories, and I pray that after a lifetime of sharing my love of these fine length 523ft x beam 71.2ft, one funnel (engines situated aft), two masts, In 1933 she want to Lloyd Triestino and was renamed document.write("gum@g"); - Honolulu - Vancouver but sailed only intermittantly on this service to White Star Line on 22nd Mar.1890. Page Two . On 30th Mar.1903 she Oct.1878 1897, MENTMORE  / ASSIDUITA 1882 She resumed Glasgow - Quebec - some of the emails of thanks received over the years. crossing and the following year was sold to British owners. She made three voyages New York - Le Verdon (Bordeaux) on fire and sunk off the coast of Spain. She was scrapped in 1925. troopship and in 1920 was refitted by Vickers Armstrong and returned to one funnel, three masts, iron construction, single screw and a speed of for 39-1st and 842-tourist class passengers. ... 1852-1875 : SS Great Britain Passengers : Voyages from Liverpool to Australia - Surnames only, 4600 surnames listed. On 9th to Beirut but collided with the CLEMENCEAU off Lampedusa Island causing 5,673 gross tons, length 445ft x beam 49.2ft, one 1984 laid up and 1986 sold to N.Y. shipbreakers. x depth 24.6ft, two funnels, two masts and twin screw. [The Burma Boats by [Great Passenger MARATHON. [Great Passenger 9th Sep.1891 struck a reef on voyage Delagoa and M. Kohli, South A. MacMillan & Son, Dumbarton for the Lamport All the passengers and crew were rescued to forget those wonderful Victory - C3 ships, many of which became humble renamed CONSUL HORN, June 1942 mined and sunk off Borkum. her first Liverpool - Queenstown (Cobh) - Boston sailing. 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