Titanic Ships: the other ships of the Titanic story

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Voyage TUNISIAN
12th November 2005
Eastbound, St. John, New Brunswick to Liverpool. On 10 April reported heavy ice in the vicinity of an area that was later the disaster site. Port of Registry: Glasgow ...
TRAFFIC Voyage TRAFFIC
22nd September 2005
On 10 April 1912 Titanic arrived at Cherbourg from Southampton at 6:35 p.m. after a voyage of little more than five hours. After taking aboard mail and pasengers she departed at 8:10 p.m. Boarding were 274 passengers: 142 first class, 30 second...
NOMADIC Voyage NOMADIC
22nd August 2005
One of the two tenders built especially to serve the needs of Olympic and Titanic at Cherbourg. Nomadic and Traffic were registered under the French flag and managed by A. Laniece, later by George A. Laniece. On 10 ...
NEW YORK Voyage NEW YORK
20th July 2005
(American Line) ex-City of New York, Inman Line As Titanic left Southampton 10 April 1912, the suction and wave action of her propellers and huge bulk tore New York loose from her mooring in tandem with Oceanic...
OCEANIC Voyage OCEANIC
11th July 2005
White Star Line Not only was Oceanic operated by the same company that operated Titanic, she was also directly associated with Titanic at the beginning of her maiden voyage as well as during the first weeks following...
BULGARIA Voyage BULGARIA
24th June 2005
(aka Canada, Hercules, Philippines,Drachtenstein) Hamburg-Amerika Line On Tuesday, April 9, while traveling westbound Hamburg-Southampton-Baltimore, received a wireless message from the Caledonia ...
CALEDONIA Voyage CALEDONIA
11th June 2005
Anchor Line On 9 April at 2:55 p.m. Caledonia, eastbound New York-Glasgow, relayed to Bulgaria an ice warning received earlier from Cassandra. Port of Registry: Glasgow Flag of ...
CASSANDRA Voyage CASSANDRA
23rd May 2005
(Donaldson Brothers) On 9 April, while eastbound St. John, New Brunswick to Glasgow, Cassandra transmitted a warning of ice at 43 degrees 38’ N. by 49 degrees 16’ W. which was relayed at 2:55 p.m. by the Caledonia to the B...
ROYAL EDWARD Voyage ROYAL EDWARD
10th May 2005
Canadian Northern Steamships, Ltd. Westbound Avonmouth to Halifax. On 8 April encountered and reported an ice field in the vicinity of the subsequent Titanic disaster site : 42 degrees 50’N, 49 degrees 30’W to 42 degrees 30’N 50 degree...
Voyage ANNIE
24th April 2005
West Hartlepool Steam Navigation Co., Ltd. Port of Registry:  West Hartlepool Flag of Registry:  British Signal letters:  P  Q  N&...
Voyage RIO PIRAHY
12th April 2005
European and Brazilian Steam Ship Cp., Ltd. (Petersen and Co., Ltd. Managers) Westbound, Narvik, Norway to Philadelphia via Halifax. Arrived Philadelphia 22 April and reported that on 8 April, in the vicinity of 42 degrees 44 ‘ N. by 49...
Voyage ROSALIND

New York, Newfoundland and Halifax Steam Ship Co., Ltd. (C.T. Bowring & Co., Ltd. Managers) Departed St. John’s, Newfoundland 6 April for New York.   On 7 April at 45 degrees 10 ‘ N. by 56 degrees 40&r...
ARMENIAN Voyage ARMENIAN
27th March 2005
Cestrian, sister ship to the Armenian, seen here at Harland and Wolff's Belfast yard following completion. (courtesy Lawrence Dunn, Famous Liner...
ARGENTINE TRANSPORT Voyage ARGENTINE TRANSPORT
20th March 2005
Empire Transport Co., Ltd. (Houlder Brothers, Managers) Westbound, Narvik, Norway to Philadelphia. Left Narvik 3 April 1912 with a cargo of iron ore. On arrival at the intermediate stop of Louisburg, Nova Scotia, her captain reporte...
Voyage HECTOR
13th March 2005
Port of Registry: Southampton Flag of Registry: British Funnel: Red, black top Company flag: Divided by crossed lines into four equal triangles...
Voyage NEPTUNE
6th March 2005
Port of Registry: Southampton Flag of Registry: British Funnel: Red, black top Company flag: Divided by crossed lines into four equal...
Voyage AJAX
27th February 2005
Call letters: S P G B Port of Registry: Southampton Flag of Registry: British Funnel: Red, black top Company flag:...
VULCAN Voyage VULCAN
13th February 2005
Vulcan struggling to pull the stern of the New York (left) away from Titanic's port side (Eaton-Haas Collection)...
Voyage HERCULES
20th February 2005
One of the tugs that got lines aboard New York and kept her from striking Titanic as the latter was leaving her Southampton dock. Port of Registry: South...
Voyage THE TUGS AT TITANIC'S DEPARTURE
6th February 2005
Albert Edward, Hercules, Vulcan, Ajax, Hector Neptune Registered 10 September 1861, the Southampton, Isle of Wight and South of England Royal Mail Steam Packet Limited Company was known during its early years...
Voyage BLUE JACKET

(Owner: P. Kavanagh) Departed St. John’s, Newfoundland 12 March 1912 with a capacity 86 ton cargo of codfish for Oporto, Portugal. Encountering high winds, heavy seas and ice, she had to put into another Newfoundland port for s...
Voyage SAMARA
23rd January 2005
Samara Steam Ship Samara Co., Ltd. (Maclay & MacIntyre, Managers) Westbound Cardiff to Philadelphia on April 1st at 43 degrees 12’ N. by 45 degrees 14”W. southeast off Newfoundland’s Grand Banks, rescue...
Voyage ALEXANDRA
16th January 2005
Det Forenede Dampskibs Selsk (United Steamship Co.) Departed Emden, Germany for Boston, 13 March. On 3 April at 45 degrees 04'N. by 56 degrees 38'W. saw drifting ice and ice fields. Arrived at Boston 7 April. ...
Voyage LORD CROMER
9th January 2005
Departed Stockton-on Tees, England 14 March, 1912 on her maiden voyage bound for Louisburg, Nova Scotia, in ballast. During her crossing she was badly damaged by ice and after 19 days of a voyage which should have taken no mor...
Voyage LUCIGEN
2nd January 2005
Lucigen – Lucigen Steamship Co., (H.E. Moss & Co.) Departed Bremen, Germany 8 March for New York. On 24 March at 46 degrees N, 46 degrees West, encountered heavy pack ice with numerous bergs...
Voyage KURA
19th December 2004
Kura Steamship Co., Ltd. (Stephens, Sutton & Stephens, Managers.) (Westbound, Bremerhaven to New York via St. John’s Newfoundland) On 18 March encountered ice at 42 degrees N. 47 degrees ...
Voyage MUSGRAVE
12th December 2004
On October 1911, when Titanic was moved from the deep water wharf to the Alexandra Wharf to clear a convenient mooring for the incoming Olympic, the move was accomplished with the assistance of the ...
JACKAL Voyage JACKAL
5th December 2004
While Titanic was outfitting, Jackal served as an auxiliary vessel moored alongside, her generator providing light and power aboard the ship for the outfitting workers. Also used as a yard tug. ...
HORNBY Voyage HORNBY
5th December 2004
May 31, 1911 Assisted following the launch of Titanic April 2, 1912 Assisted Titanic on her sea trials Port of Registry Liverpool Flag of Registry British Funnel B...
Voyage COLLINGWOOD
28th November 2004
(Akties Collingwood) (Zernichow & O. Gotaas) Arrived at Belfast ( Musgrave Channel) 16 October 1908 from Bangkok via the Azores carrying a cargo of teak wood logs which in a finished sta...
TITANIC (1888) Voyage TITANIC (1888)
22nd November 2004
Smith & Service (1888-1903) Port of Registry: Belfast , Ireland Flag of Registry: British Funnel: Black ...
ROYAL STANDARD Voyage ROYAL STANDARD
14th November 2004
White Star Line The White Star Line was founded in 1845 by two Liverpool ship brokers, Henry Threlfall Wilson and...
Voyage ALEXANDRA
14th November 2004
Alexandra Towing Co., Ltd. Alexandra assisted during Titanic’s launch on 31 May, 1911 and during her sea trails Port of R...
Voyage HERCULANEUM
2nd November 2004
In addition to maneuvering Titanic after launch, Herculaneum also assisted during Titanic’s sea trials out of Belfast on 2 April 1912. Alexandra Towing Co.,...
Voyage WALLASEY
30th October 2004
Wallasey assisted during Titanic’s sea trials and launch on May 31, 1911 and stood by on her sea trials out of Belfast on 2 April, 1912. Port of Registry: Liverpool Flag of Regi...
DUKE OF ALBANY Voyage DUKE OF ALBANY
31st October 2004
(F. Kemp & Company) The center anchor of the Titanic weighs 15 ½ tons and was fabricated by Messrs. N. Hingley & Sons, Ltd. Of Netherton, Dudley, Worcestershire. Typical of the manner by which the m...
Voyage GLENDUN
26th October 2004
GLENDUN (Antrim Iron Ore Co., LTD.) On Sunday, December 10th, 1909, the immense stern framing of Titanic was transported from Darlington Forge Company’s works at Darlington by the North Eastern Railwa...