- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 9,965 tons
- Dimensions: 582 x 58 ft.
- Machinery: Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw, 17,100 IHP = 20 knots
- Passengers: 1,490 (300 first class, 190 second class, 1,000 third class)
- Builder: Harland & Wolff Ltd, Belfast, Ireland, 1890
- Service: Built for White Star Line's Liverpool-New York service one year after sister Teutonic. Majestic captured the Blue Riband for westbound travel in July 1891 with a crossing speed of 20.1 knots. In 1899-1900 she was served as a troop ship for the Boer War. In 1902-03 she underwent a refit that increased her tonnage to 10,147, heightened her funnels, and gave her new boliers. In 1911, after commissioning of the large new Olympic, the Majestic was switched to a reserve role and laid up most of the time. However, after the loss of the next big White Star liner Titanic on her maiden voyage in 1912, Majestic was recalled to service on the Southampton-New York route. She made her last crossing in early 1914 and was then sent to the scrappers.