1924(Carlo Marquardt CM-221)
- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 18,072 tons
- Dimensions: 616 x 68 ft.
- Machinery: Steam quadruple expansion engines, twin screws = 14.5 knots
- Passengers: 3830 (326 first class, 152 second class, 1004 third class, 2348 steerage)
- Builder: Harland & Wolff, Limited, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1907
- Service: Originally intended to be the Servian for the
British Leyland Line, but sold to Hamburg-America Line before completion.
Intended to be named Boston, but completed as President
Grant. Hamburg-New York service. Laid up at New York, 1914;
later seized by U.S. authorities. Commissioned as troopship
USS President Grant. Rebuilt for United States Lines, 1923-24;
renamed Republic and placed on New York-North Atlantic service.
Transferred to the US Army for use as a troopship, 1931. Taken over by US Navy Jul 1941 as USS Republic, AP-33. Returned to Army for use as hospital ship, Feb 1945. Laid up at Olympia in 1946; scrapped 1952.