1946(Classic Ship Collection CSC-013VR)
- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 83,673 tons
- Dimensions: 1,031 x 118 x 39 ft.
- Machinery: Steam turbines, quadruple screws = 28.5 knots
- Passengers: 2,283 (823 1st class, 662 cabin class, 798 tourist class)
- Builder: John Brown & Company, Limited, Clydebank, Scotland, 1936-40
- Service: Largest liner ever built up to 1994. Commissioned as troopship and served until 1946. Restored for Southampton-Cherbourg-New York service for Cunard Line. Retired by Cunard, 1968, and sold to become a floating museum-hotel-convention center at Port Everglades, Florida; project never realized. Sold, 1970, to C.Y.Tung, Taiwanese shipping tycoon, who renamed her Seawise University and planned to convert her into a floating university-cruise ship. Never sailed as such; burned and sank in Hong Kong harbor, January 9, 1972. Capsized and was scrapped on the spot.