1922(Carlo Marquardt CM-149)
- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 34,351 tons
- Dimensions: 774 x 83 ft.
- Machinery: Steam triple expansion, twin screw = 19 knots
- Passengers: 1,678 (523 first class, 841 cabin class, 314 third class)
- Builder: Schichau Shipyards, Danzig, Germany, 1922
- Service: Launched 13 Dec 1913 as the Columbus for North German Lloyd, but construction halted in 1914 with the outbreak of the First World War. Ceded to Britain, 1920; sold to White Star Line. Arrived from Germany 31 Jan 1922, converted to oil fuel, and renamed Homeric. Maiden voyage 15 Feb 1922 Southampton-Cherbourg-New York. Last voyage on North Atlantic 1 Jun 1932. Cruising thereafter. Transferred to Cunard-White Star, 1934. Laid up Sep 1935. Scrapped in Scotland, 1936.