- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 17,274 tons
- Dimensions: 705 x 68 ft.
- Machinery: Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw, 28,000 ihp = 19 knots
- Passengers: 1,710 (410 1st class, 300 2nd class, 1,000 steerage)
- Builder: Harland & Wolff, Ltd, Belfast, Ireland, 1899
- Service: White Star Line flagship and world's largest liner, 1899-1901. First ship to exceed 700 feet in length. Maiden voyage 6 Sep 1899 Liverpool-New York. Sep 1901 collided with and sank steamer Kincora in fog off Tuskar rock; seven lives lost. Mutiny aboard 1905. Transferred to Southampton terminal 1907. Stranded in the Shetland Islands, 8 Sep 1914, soon after being converted to a wartime auxiliary cruiser. Total loss, gradually scrapped on the spot until 1924.