- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 9,984 tons
- Dimensions: 582 x 58 ft.
- Machinery: Steam triple expansion engines, twin screw, 17,100 IHP = 19 knots
- Passengers: 1,490 (300 first class, 190 second class, 1,000 third class)
- Builder: Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Belfast, Ireland, 1889
- Service: Built for White Star Line's Liverpool-New York service. Teutonic and sister Majestic were the first passenger ships built to an Admiralty specification allowing their quick conversion to armed merchant cruisers. The government subsidized their operating costs in return. Teutonic captured the Blue Riband from her sister in 1891 with a westbound crossing speed of 20.25 knots, later increased to 20.5 knots. In 1911 she was switched to White Star-Dominion Line service to Quebec and Montreal. She was requisitioned as an armed merchant cruiser at the outbreak of WW1, and later worked as a troopship until 1918. She was scrapped at Emden in 1921.