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Vessel
Atlantic
Sister shipsOceanic (I) | Baltic (I) | Republic (I) | Adriatic (I) | Celtic (I)
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1871 - 1873
White Star Line Service1871 - 1873
DemiseWrecked
Dimensions (l x b x d)420 x 41 x 32
Tonnage3,707
Speed14
Hull constructionIron
Engine configurationCompound engine(s) geared to single screw
DetailsFoundered in bad weather with the loss of 585 passengers and crew
 
Vessel
Asiatic
Sister shipsTropic (I)
Built byRoyden and Sons Liverpool
Total Service1871 - 1903
White Star Line Service1871 - 1896
DemiseWrecked
Dimensions (l x b x d)350 x 35 x 26
Tonnage2,130
Speed11
Hull constructionIron
Engine configurationCompound engine(s) geared to single screw
DetailsLost off the coast of Madagascar
 
Vessel
Adriatic (I)
Sister shipsOceanic (I) | Atlantic | Baltic (I) | Republic (I) | Celtic (I)
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1872 - 1899
White Star Line Service1872 - 1899
DemiseScrapped
Dimensions (l x b x d)437 x 41 x 32
Tonnage3,868
Speed14
Hull constructionIron
Engine configurationCompound engine(s) geared to single screw
DetailsDuring her career collided with at least four vessels
 
Vessel
Arabic (I)
Sister shipsCoptic | Doric | Ionic (I)
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1881 - 1901
White Star Line Service1881 - 1890
DemiseScrapped
Dimensions (l x b x d)430 x 42 x 32
Tonnage4,368
Speed13
Hull constructionSteel
Engine configurationCompound engine(s) geared to single screw
DetailsIntended name R.M.S. Asiatic
 
Vessel
Armenian
Sister shipsVictorian
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1895 - 1915
White Star Line Service1903 - 1910
DemiseWar loss
Dimensions (l x b x d)512 x 59 x 35
Tonnage8,825
Speed13
Hull constructionSteel
Engine configurationTriple expansion engine(s) geared to single screw
DetailsEx Leyland Line vessel. Torpedoed and sunk, although her crew were allowed to abandon ship
 
Vessel
Alexandra Woermann
Sister shipsNo sister ships
Built byRaylton and Dixon Middlesborough
Total Service1898 - 1936
White Star Line Service1919 - 1920
DemiseScrapped
Dimensions (l x b x d)351 x 44 x 23
Tonnage3,908
Speed12
Hull constructionSteel
Engine configurationTriple expansion engine(s) geared to double screws
DetailsEx Woermann Line vessel
 
Vessel
Afric
Sister shipsMedic | Persic | Runic (II) | Suevic
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1899 - 1917
White Star Line Service1899 - 1917
DemiseWar loss
Dimensions (l x b x d)550 x 63 x 39
Tonnage11,948
Speed13
Hull constructionSteel
Engine configurationQuadruple engine(s) geared to double screws
DetailsTorpedoed and sunk with the loss of 22 lives
 
Vessel
Athentic
Sister shipsCorinthic | Ionic (II)
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1902 - 1962
White Star Line Service1902 - 1927
DemiseScrapped
Dimensions (l x b x d)500 x 63 x 45
Tonnage12,234
Speed14
Hull constructionSteel
Engine configurationQuadruple engine(s) geared to double screws
DetailsBuilt for White Star/Shaw, Savill and Albion joint service
 
Vessel
Arabic (II)
Sister shipsNo sister ships
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1903 - 1915
White Star Line Service1903 - 1915
DemiseWar loss
Dimensions (l x b x d)601 x 66 x 48
Tonnage15,801
Speed16
Hull constructionSteel
Engine configurationQuadruple engine(s) geared to double screws
DetailsEx Atlantic Transport Line's S.S. Minnewaska
 
Vessel
Adriatic (II)
Sister shipsCeltic (II) | Cedric | Baltic (II)
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1907 - 1934
White Star Line Service1907 - 1934
DemiseScrapped
Dimensions (l x b x d)709 x 77 x 53
Tonnage24,251
Speed17
Hull constructionSteel
Engine configurationQuadruple engine(s) geared to double screws
DetailsThe last of the 'Big Four' launched on the same day as the Cunard Line's R.M.S. Mauretania
 
Vessel
Arabic (III)
Sister shipsNo sister ships
Built byA. G. Weser Bremen
Total Service1908 - 1931
White Star Line Service1920 - 1931
DemiseScrapped
Dimensions (l x b x d)590 x 70 x 39
Tonnage16,786
Speed17
Hull constructionSteel
Engine configurationQuadruple engine(s) geared to double screws
DetailsEx North German Lloyd vessel. Ceded to White Star Line for war reparations
 
Vessel
Albertic
Sister shipsNo sister ships
Built byA. G. Weser Bremen
Total Service1923 - 1934
White Star Line Service1927 - 1933
DemiseScrapped
Dimensions (l x b x d)591 x 72 x 37
Tonnage18,940
Speed17
Hull constructionSteel
Engine configurationQuadruple engine(s) geared to double screws
DetailsEx North German Lloyd's S.S. Bremen. Ceded to White Star Line as war reparations