Chronological list of ships


Vessel

Broughton
Sister shipsNo sister ships
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1868 - 1902
White Star Line Service1868 - 1876
DemiseWrecked
Dimensions (l x b x d)172 x 28 x 18
Tonnage580
Speed0
Hull constructionWood
Engine configurationSail
DetailsThe first vessel, a sailing ship of the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company
 

Vessel

Oceanic (I)
Sister shipsAtlantic | Baltic (I) | Republic (I) | Adriatic (I) | Celtic (I)
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1871 - 1896
White Star Line Service1871 - 1896
DemiseScrapped
Dimensions (l x b x d)420 x 41 x 32
Tonnage3,707
Speed14
Hull constructionIron
Engine configurationCompound engine(s) geared to single screw
DetailsThe first steamship of the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, the White Star Line
 

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

Baltic (I)
Sister shipsOceanic (I) | Atlantic | Republic (I) | Adriatic (I) | Celtic (I)
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1871 - 1898
White Star Line Service1871 - 1888
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
DetailsIntended name R.M.S. Pacific
 

Vessel

Republic (I)
Sister shipsOceanic (I) | Atlantic | Baltic (I) | Adriatic (I) | Celtic (I)
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1871 - 1910
White Star Line Service1871 - 1910
DemiseScrapped
Dimensions (l x b x d)420 x 41 x 32
Tonnage3,707
Speed14
Hull constructionIron
Engine configurationCompound engine(s) geared to single screw
DetailsGained her name from the day she was launched, July 4th 1871
 

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

Celtic (I)
Sister shipsOceanic (I) | Atlantic | Baltic (I) | Republic (I) | Adriatic (I)
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1872 - 1898
White Star Line Service1872 - 1893
DemiseScrapped
Dimensions (l x b x d)437 x 41 x 32
Tonnage3,867
Speed14
Hull constructionIron
Engine configurationCompound engine(s) geared to single screw
DetailsIntended name R.M.S. Arctic
 

Vessel

Tropic (I)
Sister shipsAsiatic
Built byRoyden and Sons Liverpool
Total Service1871 - 1894
White Star Line Service1871 - 1873
DemiseScrapped
Dimensions (l x b x d)350 x 35 x 26
Tonnage2,130
Speed11
Hull constructionIron
Engine configurationCompound engine(s) geared to single screw
DetailsBoth sisters offered for sale during construction
 

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

Gaelic (I)
Sister shipsBelgic (I)
Built byHarland and Wolff Belfast
Total Service1873 - 1896
White Star Line Service1873 - 1883
DemiseWrecked (scrapped)
Dimensions (l x b x d)370 x 36 x 28
Tonnage2,652
Speed11
Hull constructionIron
Engine configurationCompound engine(s) geared to single screw
DetailsRan aground and lost near to Liverpool
 

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