1918(Carlo Marquardt CMP-39)
- Type: Troop transport
- Displacement: 45,324 tons
- Dimensions: 882 x 92 x 34 ft.
- Machinery: Steam triple expansion engine, triple screws = 21 knots
- Builder: Harland & Wolff, Limited, Belfast, Ireland, 1911
- Service: Built for White Star Line Southampton-New York service. Largest liner in the world until 1913. Served as a troopship during the First World War, with six 6" guns added, as shown here. Resumed transatlantic service, 1920-34. Transferred to Cunard-White Star, Limited, 1934. Laid up, 1935. Scheduled for scrapping at Jarrow, England; last remains broken up in Scotland, 1937.