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  • Built by: Harland and Wolff, Belfast
  • Launched 2 October 1913
  • Maiden voyage to Rio de Janeiro, Montevideo, and Valparaiso 19 February 1914
  • Length: 167.7 m
  • Beam: 20.5 m
  • GRT: 15,507
  • Triple screws that gave her a speed of 14 knots.
  • Passenger accommodations included 240 First class, 180 Second Class and 700 Third Class cabins.

HistoryEdit

  • 1914 Named: Orduña for the Pacific Steam Navigation Company.
  • Chartered by the Cunard Line and used on its Liverpool to New York service until 1919.

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