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Ship – RMS Oceanic

Ship Details

Name: RMS Oceanic
Owner: White Star Line

Further information at: en.wikipedia.org

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Notes & Comments

Info collected by Bruce Maliphant [##48059]

SurnameFirst NameRef IDFrom↓ Select ↓ToDepartureArrivalTransport
MALIPHANTElizabeth45507U.S.A. U.K.27th August 1902 E3rd September 1902RMS Oceanic
MALIPHANTElizabeth Ann46013U.S.A. U.K.27th August 1902 E3rd September 1902RMS Oceanic
MALIPHANTGertrude46014U.S.A. U.K.27th August 1902 E3rd September 1902RMS Oceanic
MALIPHANTHenry Gordon46017U.S.A. U.K.27th August 1902 E3rd September 1902RMS Oceanic
MALIPHANTElizabeth45507U.K. U.S.A.28th January 19035th February 1903RMS Oceanic
MALIPHANTHenry Gordon46017U.K. U.S.A.28th January 19035th February 1903RMS Oceanic
MALIPHANTElizabeth Ann46013U.K. U.S.A.4th November 190311th November 1903RMS Oceanic
MALIPHANTGertrude46014U.K. U.S.A.4th November 190311th November 1903RMS Oceanic
MALIPHANTCharles45007U.S.A. U.K.10th May 1905 E17th May 1905RMS Oceanic
MALIPHANTElizabeth45507U.S.A. U.K.10th May 1905 E17th May 1905RMS Oceanic
MALIPHANTElizabeth Ann46013U.S.A. U.K.10th May 1905 E17th May 1905RMS Oceanic
MALIPHANTGertrude46014U.S.A. U.K.10th May 1905 E17th May 1905RMS Oceanic
MALIPHANTHenry Gordon46017U.S.A. U.K.10th May 1905 E17th May 1905RMS Oceanic

Built by Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Belfast, Ireland.
Tonnage: 17,274.
Dimensions: 685′ x 68′.
Twin-screw, 21 knots.
Three masts and two funnels.
Note: Cost approximately $3,600,000 to build.
She was the first ship to exceed the Great Eastern in length.
Her promenade deck extended for 400 feet.
Commenced her maiden voyage in September, 1899.
Later she made a westward passage in 5 days, 16 hours and 34 minutes.
She stranded on Foula Island in 1914 and became a total wreck.