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Cam Houseman

Cam Houseman

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The R.M.S Irish Lass
Construction beginning in 1908
End of Construction: 1910
Length: 450 feet, 6 inches long.
Use: prototype of Olympic.
Maiden Voyage: Cherbourg to New York
Problems during the Voyage: Due to there being no central propeller, passengers and crew noted a noticeable vibration.
length of Service: February 16th- January 2nd, 1912.
Retired, on the way to the breakers, sank.
 
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Brayden Shanks

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The RMS Gigantic (1915)

Construction: November 5th 1912 - April 3rd 1914
In service: 1915 - 1950
Owner / Operator: White Star Line
Maiden voyage: September 11th 1915 (Troopship)
Maiden voyage: August 3rd 1920 (Passenger Liner)
Fate: Scrapping
Story: The RMS Gigantic was built at the replacement for the lost Titanic, many changes in her design were changed but over all she still resembled the original Titanic, during construction war broke out and she was requested to be completed and turned into a troopship, in 1919 she was handed back to White Star and converted into her planned form, most of Britannic's unused interior was put into her, during her post war career it was just her and the Olympic, Britannic had been lost in 1916, in 1935 the Olympic was sold for scrap and she was now on her own, in 1940 she was requested for use as a transport, in 1943 she was torpedoed twice but survived due to the double hull and raising of the watertight compartments, in 1947 she was returned to Cunard White Star, in 1950 due to the ships age she was sold off for scrap, she sailed to the yard with the Aquitania, on her final voyage.

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Brayden Shanks

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The Royal Mail Atlantic Steamer "GIGANTIC" launched at belfast, April 3rd 1914.
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