Daniel, click on Captain Arthur Henry Rostron for his bio. His first command, the Pennonia came in 1911. The other ships he commanded were the Carpathia, Carmania, Campania, Lusitania, Aulania, Ivernia, Andania, Saxonia, Mauratainia and the Beringeria.
I'm not aware of any such timeline either. Although, Captain Rostron's biography does list the ships that he served on, but only some of the dates are mentioned. The Aquitania was not one of them. Actually, he was supposed to be the first officer on the Lusitania in 1907, but just a day before her maiden voyage, he was assigned "to the Brescia, in the Mediterranean trade"; to be her Captain. So, you're half right, John.
Thanks for that tidbit of info, Dave! Good to know.
I don't own his book either, but I have read the chapter on Titanic and browsed through the rest, as I borrowed John's copy. While I did find it interesting, at the same time I agree it was difficult without specific dates.
Capt Rostron did command Lusitania for one voyage (no. 81) in service, from Oct 25, 1913 to Nov 11, 1913, crossings 161,162. 18 days, one voyage, two crossings. Source J Kent Layton, Lusitania, ship of splendour (which book I heartily recommend; esp for Lucy fans)
HONOURS FOR THE NAVY
TRANSPORT AT GALLIPOLI
The following Officers are mentioned for good services whilst employed on Transport duties at the Dardanelles:---
Cdr. Arthur H. Rostron, R.D., R.N.R., Captain, H.M.T. Alaunia.