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SS Corinthic (1902)

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SS Corinthic (1902)

General characteristics
Class & type: Athenic-class ocean liner
Tonnage: 12,367 GRT
Length: 500.3 feet (152.5 m)
Beam: 63.3 feet (19.3 m)
Depth: 45 feet (14 m)
Installed power: 604 NHP
Propulsion:
Speed: 14 knots (26 km/h)
Capacity:
  • 121 (First Class)
  • 117 (Second Class)
  • 450 (Third Class)
Crew: 185 to 200

SS Corinthic was a British passenger ship, built in 1902 by Harland & Wolff and launched for the British shipping companies White Star Line and Shaw, Savill & Albion Line. She was the second of the Athenic-class ocean liners built for passenger and cargo service between Britain and New Zealand. Her sister ships were SS Athenic (1902) and SS Ionic (1903). In 1931 Corinthic was decommissioned and scrapped.

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