City of Rome
- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 8,415 tons
- Dimensions: 560 x 52 ft.
- Machinery: Three inverted tandem compound steam engines, single screw, 11,890 ihp = 18 knots
- Passengers: 1,330 (520 cabin class, 810 third class)
- Builder: Barrow Shipbuilding, Barrow-in-Furness, 1881
- Service: Built for the Inman Line, Liverpool-New York service. Steel intended for design, but shortages made for mostly iron hull, leading to disappointing performance. Second largest ship in the world at time of completion and first North Atlantic three-funnel liner. Maiden voyage 13 Oct 1881. With speed below that of her competitors, after six round voyages she was returned to the shipyard. Litigation followed, and although operated by the Anchor Line from 1882 on, she remained the property of the builders. Broken up in Germany 1902.