Cunard-White Star Line


Cunard-White Star Line "S.S. Majestic" - (Circa 1930's)

-=[ Ships Specifications ]=-

S. S.  M a j e s t i c

         Name: Majestic, Royal Mail Steamer
   Company: Cunard-White Star Line Limited, Southampton, England - New York, NY, USA
     Insurers: Lloyd's of London, London, England, UK
     Registry: Liverpool, England, UK

       Builders: Blohm & Voss, Hamburg, Germany
    Launched: 06/20/1914
    Acquired: 07/20/1914

        Specs: 915' 6" x 100' x 52'
    Tonnage: 56,551 GRT
           Hull: Steel
        Livery: Ivory over black, w/gold pin stripe; red keel
     Funnels: 3; Black over "White Star Buff"
        Masts: 2

     Engines: Parsons direct acting steam turbines
         Drive: Quadruple screw ; 2 x port, 2 x starboard
       Speed: 23 knots

         Trials: __/__/1914 (Start)
                  __/__/1914 (End)

      Captain: TBD

     Pasenger: 2,095; 700 1st Class, 545 2nd Class, 850 3rd Class
          Crew: 860

       Demise: Gutted by fire
     On Date: 09/29/1939
         Status: Sunk; at her moorings in Rosyth; as HMS Caledonia
  Demolition: 03/1940, by: Thomas W. Ward; wreck raised and towed 5 mi. for scrapping

Local Mesa, AZ USA weather

 [To Intro Page] [To Cruise Line Page] [To Shipyards Page] [To Ports of Call] [Desktop Themes] [Ships Security Office] [The NewBuilds]
 [To Company Address Book] [To Art Gallery] [To The Glossary] [Story of The Sea]  [Signal Bridge] [Email RobbieSoft] [Withdrawn Ships]

 [Visit RMS Titanic] [Visit RMS Olympic] [Visit HMHS Britannic] [HMHS Britannic Gallery] [Ocean Liner News] [1999 News Page]

This web page is Copyright © 2000-2005: By RobbieSoft - 12/05/2005