1870 – 1956 / Also known as Victoria / With a remarkable longevity, the Cunarder Parthia would see almost nine decades of service in various guises.
1871 – 1896 / Built as one of the finest ships on the North Atlantic of her time, the Oceanic is particularly noteworthy for being the first steamship of the White Star Line.
1872 – 1899 / An early vessel in the White Star fleet, the first Adriatic was also the company’s first winner of the Blue Riband.
1874 – 1903 / Another Blue Riband champion of the White Star Line, the first Britannic remained with the company for nearly 30 years before being sent to the scrappers.
1875 – 1950 / Also known as Ottawa, Gul Djemal and Gulcemal / A rare speed queen of the White Star Line, the Germanic had an unusually long career and survived two world wars.