1905 (Rhenania GLR-16)
- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 19,524 tons
- Dimensions: 675 x 72 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, triple screw, 21,000shp = 18 knots
- Passengers: 2,650 (300 first class, 350 second class, 900 third class, 1,100 steerage)
- Crew: 700
- Builder: John Brown & Company, Ltd., Clydebank, Scotland, 1905
- Service: Built for Cunard Line's Liverpool-New York service. Cunard's first steam-turbine-driven liner. Requisitioned as armed merchant cruiser in Aug 1914 and given eight 4.7in guns. Just weeks later, she met and sank the German AMC Cap Trafalgar in a two-hour gun battle off Trinidad, 14 September 1914. Carmania suffered nine dead and many more wounded, but was able to make Freetown and then Gibraltar for repairs. Continued patrols off Portugal to May 1915 and then joined the Gallipoli campaign, later returning to England. After refit she returned to Atlantic patrols until May 1916. No longer needed as an AMC, she switched to trooping duties, mainly transporting Canadians from Halifax to Liverpool. After repatriation duties, she was restored to peacetime service on the Liverpool-New York run in 1920, and later Southampton-New York in 1922. Converted to oil-firing in 1923 and reconfigured for only 425 cabin, 365 tourist, and 650 third class passengers. Sent cruising between New York and Havana in the winter, returning to the North Atlantic in summer. Removed from service Aug 1931 and scrapped in Scotland, 1932.