Cunard-White Star Line "S.S. Britannic" - (Circa 1930's)
S. S. B r i t a n n i c
Company: Cunard-White Star Line, Southampton, England, UK - New York, NY, USA
Insurers: Lloyd's of London Indemnity Ltd., London, England, UK
Registry: Liverpool, England, UK
Federal Shipbuilding & Drydock, Kearny, NJ, USA
Engines: Geared steam turbines
Drive: Twin screw; 1 x port, 1 x starboard
Speed: 20 knots
82' x 36'
Tonnage: 26,943 GRT
Livery: Ivory over black, w/gold pinstripe, gold name lettering
Funnels: 2; squat, oval, black over "White Star buff"
Masts: 2; 1 x forward, 1 x aft
Passengers: _,___; _,___ 1st
Class, _,___ 2nd/Cabin Class, _,___ 3rd/Tourist
Route: New York, NY, USA - Southampton, England, UK
She is the White Star Line's third ship to bear the name "Britannic".
She is the only recent one
to see any commercial service. Her predacessor, however did not.
Where: Osaka, Japan
Status: Scrapped; vessel no longer exists.