1912(Carlos Marquadt CM-155)
- Type: Passenger / general cargo
- Displacement: 13,555 tons
- Dimensions: 558 x 64 ft.
- Machinery: Steam quadruple-expansion engines, twin screw, 9,000ihp = 14 knots
- Passengers: 2,550 (100 first class, 200 second class, 2,250 steerage)
- Builder: C.S. Swan and Hunter Ltd., Wallsend, 1903
- Service: Built for Cunard's Liverpool-Boston service. Originally accomodated 200 second class and 1,700 steerage passengers, as well as up to 12,500 tons of cargo. A major refit in 1905 significantly increased the number of passengers she could carry, as shown here. Switched to Mediterranean emigrant service 1909-15. Rescued 705 survivors of Titanic, 15 April 1912. Torpedoed and sunk 17 July 1918 by German submarine U-55 about 120 miles west of Fastnet; only 5 deaths.