built by Fairfield Govan,
Yard No 325
Engines by shipbuilder
Last Name: RUSS (1904)
Propulsion: steam, single screw, 18.5 knots
Launched: Tuesday, 06/09/1887
Built: 1888
Ship Type: Steel steamship
Ship's Role: Passenger cargo liner
Tonnage: 5099 grt, 2879 nrt
Length: 448.4 feet
Breadth: 49 feet
Depth: 34.9 feet
Owner History:
Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bremen
Status: Scrapped - 1907
Web site:
Fastest transatlantic liner when built.
1904 Sold to Russian Navy.

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