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Name Official number Flag IMO
AQUITANIA  135583  GBR  1135583 
Year built Date launched Date completed
1914  21/04/1913  12/05/1914 
Vessel type Vessel description
Passenger Liner  Steel Screw Steamer  
Builder Yard Yard no
John Brown & Co Ltd., Clydebank Clydebank  409 
 

Tonnage Length Breadth Depth Draft
45647 grt / 21993 nrt / 11280 dwt 901ft  97.0 ft  49.7 ft  36.0 ft 
Engine builder John Brown & Co Ltd., Clydebank
Engine detail
4 Parsons steam turbines working in treble series driving quadruple shafts. 1 x High Pressure on Port Outer, Intermediate Pressure on Starboard Outer and 2 Low Pressure on Inner Shafts. Served by 21 double ended boilers originally coal fired, 60000shp,23knots. 

First owner First port of register Registration date
Cunard Steam Ship Co. Ltd., Liverpool  Liverpool   
Other names
HMHS AQUITANIA 
Subsequent owner and registration history
07/1934 Cunard White Star Line Ltd., Liverpool. 
Vessel history
Maiden Voyage 30/05/1914.
Served as armed merchant cruiser and as troopship and hospital ship during WW1
Served as troopship during WW2 
Remarks
Converted to oil burning 1919-20 on Tyneside by Armstrong Whitworth.  
End year Fate / Status
1950  Broken Up 23/02/1950 
Disposal Detail
Arrived in the Clyde 21/02/1950 and proceeded to Faslane 23/02/1950 to be broken up.  
 

 



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