1883 – 1911 / Also known as Ville de New York and La Normandie / Although never a record-breaker, the Normandie made the CGT competitive in terms of speed. She remained with the French Line for her entire career until she was cut up.
1888 – 1923 / Also known as New York / A competitor for the Blue Riband, the City of New York and her sister ship meant a leap forward in ship design, improving on size, speed, and comfort.
1889 – 1923 / Also known as Paris and Philadelphia / The second of Inman Line’s swift duo, the City of Paris would hold the Blue Riband for both eastbound and westbound crossings of the North Atlantic.
1889 – 1921 / One of White Star Line’s last Blue Riband winners, the Teutonic was launched as one of the greatest ships of her time and is said to have inspired the Germans to start building larger and faster ships at the turn of the 20th century.