- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 31,938 tons
- Dimensions: 790 x 88 x 32 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, quadruple screws = 25 knots
- Passengers: 2,165 (563 first class, 464 second class, 1,138 third class)
- Builder: Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd, Newcastle, England, 1907
- Service: Built for the Cunard Line's Liverpool-Queenstown-New York service. Maiden voyage 16 Nov 1907. On return leg she took the record from Lusitania for the fastest eastbound passage. The two sisters traded the speed record back and forth to Jul 1909 when Mauretania took it for the next twenty years until Nordeutscher Lloyd's Bremen took it in 1929. Commissioned Aug 1914 as a transport and later used as a hospital ship. Laid up 1916-17 at Greenock, then became a US troop transport. Resumed Cunard service Southampton-New York 27 Jun 1919. Damaged by fire at Southampton 25 Jul 1921. Repaired and converted to oil fuel, with accommodations for 589 first class, 400 second class, 767 third class. Back in service 1922. Had her fastest North Atlantic crossing Aug 1929 with an average speed of 27.65 knots. Used primarily as a cruise ship 1931-34 with hull painted white. Final voyage New York-Plymouth-cherbourg-Southampton commenced 26 Sep 1934. Broken up in Scotland, 1935.