Az Óceáni Gőzhajózási Társaság vagy ismertebb nevén a White Star Line egy kiemelkedő brit hajózási társaság volt, ma már többnyire a híres balsorsú hajó, a Titanic, valamint az első világháborúban testvérhajójának, a Britannicnak az elvesztése fűződik a nevéhez. "Ships of the White Star Line". , Additionally, Celtic was to be designed with far greater capacities for both passengers and cargo. Prior to this, White Star had made smaller attempts to enter the market for Second Class passengers on the North Atlantic by adding limited spaces for Second Class passengers on their older liners. Originally laid down as Minnewaska for the Atlantic Transport Line, she was transferred to White Star prior to completion and was launched under her new name on 18 December 1902. Heavy investment in new ships was financed by borrowing, but the company's bank, the Royal Bank of Liverpool, failed in October 1867. The fleet initially consisted of the chartered sailing ships RMS Tayleur, Blue Jacket, White Star, Red Jacket, Ellen, Ben Nevis, Emma, Mermaid and Iowa. Because the shipbuilder had never constructed a vessel of this size, work on the ship was delayed until an overhead gantry crane could be built. White Star began its North Atlantic run between Liverpool and New York with six nearly identical ships, also known as the 'Oceanic' class: Oceanic (I), Atlantic, Baltic, and Republic, followed by the slightly larger Celtic and Adriatic. or Best Offer. pp. Another name change took place in 1949 to the Cunard Steam-Ship Company Limited and, in 1962, to Cunard Line Limited. Chirnside, Mark. In the immediate aftermath, control of the company was passed to Thomas' son Bruce, who was named chairman of the line. One notable development associated with the introduction of these two new ships was that they were the first White Star liners to incorporate the three-class passenger system. Although she was of exactly the same dimensions as Celtic in length and width, she outweighed her twin by a mere 155 tons, making her now the largest ship in the world. Although due to scheduling commitments she could not take part in the actual review, she anchored briefly amidst a line of merchant ships awaiting review, complete with four guns mounted, during which time she was toured by the Prince of Wales and Kaiser Wilhelm II. In response to this lagging, Ismay and his partners at Harland & Wolff set out to design two new liners for the North Atlantic run which would, in a fashion similar to how Teutonic and Majestic had done, go down in shipbuilding history. White Star Line’s greatest competition was the Cunard Line. RMS Samaria was transatlantic ocean liner built for Cunard Line. Cunard Line (1934-1947: Cunard White-Star Limited) – brytyjskie przedsiębiorstwo żeglugowe operujące takimi statkami wycieczkowymi jak Queen Mary 2.  Upon her entry into service, one of her most attractive features was her seaworthiness, as on her maiden voyage it was noted how while at sea, she was "as steady as the Rock of Gibraltar. 17, 19. Vintage RMS Queen Mary EPNS Souvenir Spoon - Cunard White Star Line Intrest . They were also identical in passenger accommodations based on a two-class system, providing accommodations for 166 First Class passengers amidships, which in those days was commonly referred to as 'Saloon Class' and 1,000 Steerage passengers. $49.99 . This change in plans required builders to cut her keel in two, move the after end backwards and install the new addition in between.  The two new steamers proved immensely popular on the North Atlantic run, and both would end up capturing the Blue Riband on two eastbound and three westbound crossings within a two-year period.  The success of the new Australian service in terms of freight led to White Star transferring an older cargo-only ship of a similar size to the Jubilee-class, the Cevic, from the New York service to the Australia Run. White star and Cunard Line-ships. Founded by Thomas Henry Ismay in the 1860s as a main competitor to Cunard Line, the famed White Star Line (trading name of the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company) built up a fleet of modern, comfortable ocean liners. Chirnside, Mark. In the eighteen months to follow, the five remaining ships were completed, and one by one, joined her on the North Atlantic run. The company's filing status is listed as Inactive and its File Number is F98000003330.The company's principal address is 6100 Blue Lagoon Dr Ste 400, Miami, FL 33126 and its mailing address is 6100 Blue Lagoon Dr Ste 400, Miami, FL 33126. She was scrapped in 1937.  She sailed on her maiden voyage to New York on 8 May 1907, and not long afterwards gained a considerable reputation for her interiors, enough for the British tabloid The Bystander to dub her 'The Liner Luxurious'. While her passenger accommodations had been modified, the specifications of her machinery and engines were left in place. In an effort to outdo their competitors, White Star began making plans to put two new liners into service which would prove to be exceptionally innovative in design for the time, Teutonic and Majestic. "The 'Big Four' of the White Star Fleet". Last one. 1996 ging Trafalgar House in den Besitz des … $90.99. For example, the timeline of construction on Baltic between the laying of her keel and her launch was roughly 17 months. Слияние с Cunard Line: Преемник: Cunard-White Star Line: Основатели : Джон Пинкелтон Генри Уилсон: Расположение Англия: Ливерпуль: Ключевые фигуры: Томас Генри Исмей Джозеф Брюс Исмей Уильям Джеймс Пирри Оуэн Филиппс: Отрасль: Водный Muita White Star Line tunnuksia olivat punainen kaksihaarainen viiri, jossa oli valkoinen viisisakarainen tähti, sekä laivojen punaoranssit mustahuippuiset savupiiput. Queen Marry Camera Studies RMS Cunard White Star Line 1936. Years indicate year of entry into Cunard service. RMS Mauretania nevű hajójuk 23 éven keresztül tartotta a "világ leggyorsabb hajója" címet. , Cunard Line itself has, since 1995, introduced White Star Service as the brand of services on their ships RMS Queen Mary 2, MS Queen Victoria and the MS Queen Elizabeth. In the initial designs for this first fleet of liners, each ship was to measure 420 feet in length, 40 feet in width and approximately 3,707 in gross tonnage, equipped with compound expansion engines powering a single screw, and capable of speeds of up to 14 knots. 8x10 Print RMS Mauretania Cunard Line 1933 Illustration #RMSM. Fu sciolta il 31 dicembre 1949 dopo che la Cunard acquisì il 38% …  White Star's troubles with their first ship were short lived, as on Oceanic's second crossing to New York, on which she departed Liverpool on 11 May and arrived in New York on 23 May, she completed the crossing timely and with 407 passengers aboard.  Prior to her entry into service, Teutonic made a rather noteworthy appearance at the 1889 Naval Review at Spithead. By the mid-1950s, it operated 12 ships to the United States and Canada. Many of the items for sale on this site once graced the great ships operated by Cunard, White Star and French Line. , Beginning in the late 1890s, White Star experienced an explosion of rapid growth and expansion of its services, highlighted by a dramatic shift in focus from building the fastest ships on the North Atlantic to building the most comfortable and luxurious. Free shipping . Unlike her sisters however, she was unable to attain the title of world's largest ship at the time of her completion, as her 24,451 gross tonnage was just barely outmatched by Hamburg Amerika's Kaiserin Auguste Victoria, which measured at 24,581 tons and entered service four months prior to the launch of Adriatic. The Cunard Line was the chief competitor to White Star. In January 1873, Baltic became the first of the line to capture the Blue Riband for an eastbound crossing, having completed a return trip to Liverpool in 7 days, 20 hours and 9 minutes at an average speed of 15.09 knots. , 1916 would see the largest loss of the war, Titanic's sister ship Britannic which was sunk near the Greek island of Kea in May after striking a naval mine, while in service as a hospital ship. Free P&P . At the forward end of the vessel, located in two compartments on the Lower Deck were accommodations of the older style of sleeping arrangements, each compartment providing for 300 single men.  Another subsidiary of IMM, the American Line, had moved their operations to Southampton in 1893 and established an express service via Cherbourg which had proved very successful, thus prompting White Star to make a similar move. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Cunard-White_Star_Line&oldid=994447110, Transport companies disestablished in 1949, Defunct shipping companies of the United Kingdom, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Cunard Line (62%) and White Star Line (38%), This page was last edited on 15 December 2020, at 19:42. However those located near the bow and stern would experience every swell, wave and motion in addition to the noise of the engines in steerage. By the end of 1936 all of the White Star Line ships had been sold except for Britannic, Georgic and Laurentic (Laurentic was mostly laid up from 1935 until the war). They all also fell within the same range in terms of dimensions, with lengths between 550 and 582 feet, beams between 59 and 67 feet, and gross tonnage as follows, Republic at 15,378 tons, Cretic 13,518 tons, Romanic at 11,394 tons and Canopic at 12,097 tons. Luggage Forward specializes in shipping luggage to cruise ships all around the globe. Simultaneously, the added length also increased her gross tonnage to 23,884, making her now the largest ship in the world. Ein sehr schöne Qualität Souvenir Würzmittel Halter 1949 datiert und kaufte an Bord eines Schiffes der Cunard / White Star Line. Cunard White Star controlled a total of twenty-five large ocean liners (with Cunard contributing fifteen ships and White Star ten). Note: Cunard White Star operated from 1934-1949. Launched in 1913, Ceramic was a larger, more sophisticated development of the Jubilee-class, at 655 feet (200 metres) in length and 18,495 gross tons. The Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, more commonly known as the White Star Line (WSL), was a British shipping company. Also increased was passenger capacity, as designs for these ships provided for 200 Saloon passengers and 1,500 Steerage passengers. , In the wake of the Atlantic disaster, White Star ordered two new steamers from Harland & Wolff, both of which were designed as considerably larger, two-funneled versions of the Oceanic class steamers. [circular reference]. The first of the pair, which had initially been named Hellenic, was launched as Britannic on 3 February 1874 and commenced on her maiden voyage to New York on 25 June. Purchased their first ship in 1849 - barque IOWA and advertised as the 'White Star Line of Boston Packets'. White Star's Australia and New Zealand services were not involved in the merger, but were separately disposed of to Shaw, Savill & Albion later in 1934. White Star was left with an incredible debt of £527,000 (equivalent to £51,021,373 in 2019), and was forced into bankruptcy.. By 1887, however, the Britannic and Germanic and the four remaining Oceanic class liners had aged significantly and were now being outdone in speed and comfort by newer ships brought into service by White Star's competitors such as Cunard and Inman. Among those travelling aboard in First Class were Harland & Wolff's managing director, Lord Pirrie, and Thomas Andrews, who had designed Oceanic under Thomas Ismay's direction. Despite their similarities, the two had distinct differences. Cunard-White Star Line, 1934-1949 yılları arasında var olan bir denizcilik-taşımacılık şirketiydi.White Star Line ve Cunard Line şirketlerinin Büyük Buhran sonucunda birleşmeleriyle kurulmuştur. White Star Line / Oceanic Steamship Company / White Star Line of Boston Packets. The following month the liner Afric was sunk by a torpedo in the English Channel, as was the liner Delphic in August. Founded 1845 and started sailing ship voyages the following year with chartered brig ELIZABETH to Montreal. , One interesting note about this new ship was in regard to her engines. Their first step in this direction came in 1897 during the construction of a new ship, Cymric. Cunard White Star Line Passenger Lists available at the Gjenvick-Gjønvik Archives that have been transcribed and uploaded are listed below. On the Saloon Deck, in addition to baths and lavatories both forward and aft, were located two large dining rooms at the far after end of the deck, situated side by side, which when meals weren't being served respectively functioned as smoke and general rooms.  All other ships flew the Cunard flag over the White Star flag until late 1968. White Star contributed ten ships to the new company while Cunard contributed 15 ships. Bismarck/Majestic was 56,551 gross tons, and was marketed as the world's largest ship for a period. She sailed on her maiden voyage out of Liverpool to New York on 26 June 1903. In all, Teutonic and Majestic were designed to be built with accommodations for 1,490 passengers in three classes across four decks, titled 'Promenade', 'Upper', 'Saloon' and 'Main'; with 300 in First Class, 190 in Second Class and 1,000 in Third Class. Although all of the same class, prices for berths on the Jubilee-class varied, allowing passengers the choice of two- or four-berth cabins for a premium or open dormitories. , Even before Oceanic had been completed, White Star had already started making plans for a considerably larger addition to their fleet. Chirnside, Mark.  In keeping with White Star's new philosophy on the Atlantic of size over speed, the Jubilee-class were to be the largest ships ever put on the Australia run, at 550 ft (168 metres) in length and nearly 12,000 gross tons. In 1934 the Cunard and White Star Lines were merged forming Cunard-White Star Limited but White Star ships continued to sail under their own livery and are included in the White Star Line fleet list. Their size meant they could not transit the Suez Canal and would have to take the long route via South Africa so would not attract first-class passengers. Media related to White Star Line at Wikimedia Commons. p. 142. Ab 1879 unter dem Namen Cunard Steamship Company, Ltd. wuchs sie zu einer der größten transatlantischen Reedereien. The ship would then steam back through the English Channel to offload the last of her cargo and passengers at Liverpool before preparing for the next voyage. Work was halted on Cunard's new giant, Hull 534 (later the Queen Mary) in 1931 to save money. THE CUNARD - WHITE STAR LINER 'QUEEN ELIZABETH' 1938 - 1972 . At that same time, the keel of the last ship in the fleet, which had been named Arctic had just been laid at Harland & Wolff, and was thus renamed Celtic prior to her launch. Alterations in their designs called for their hulls to be extended in length by 17 feet, which for the Adriatic increased her gross tonnage to 3,888, and for Celtic her tonnage was increased to 3,867. Meanwhile, as a result of the IMMCo. With the 'Oceanic' class, one of the most notable developments in steerage accommodations was the division of steerage at opposite ends of the vessels, with single men being berthed forward, and single women and families berthed aft, with later developments allowing married couples berths aft as well. White Star's entry into the Trans-Atlantic passenger market in the spring of 1871 got off to a rocky start. The two former German liners operated successfully alongside Olympic for an express service on the Southampton–New York route until the Great Depression reduced demand after 1930.  Celtic embarked on two experimental crossings from Southampton to New York via Cherbourg and Queenstown, first on 20 April and then again on 18 May, which proved successful and set the way for the establishment of the route, which was to be maintained by Teutonic, Majestic, Oceanic and the newly completed Adriatic. "The Big Four of the White Star, Part 1", p. 9. 00155 eBay Marketplaces GmbH (of Helvetiastraße15-17, 3005, Bern, Switzerland) is authorised by the FCA to conduct credit broking for a restricted range of finance providers. Cunard-White Star Line, Ltd., was a British shipping line which existed between 1934 and 1949. De Kerbrech, Richard. The Southampton offices still exist, now known as Canute Chambers, they are situated in Canute Road. Both the ships continued service in their original White Star's colours and flew the White Star house flag for the rest of their careers, although from 1950 on, the Cunard house flag flew above the burgee. In 1933 the British government agreed to provide assistance to the two competitors on the condition that they merge their North Atlantic operations. At 56,551 gross tons, Majestic was then the world's largest liner and became the company's flagship. Their reasons for this addition was likely to provide more spaces for passenger accommodations, which combined added up to 2,850 passengers Although Baltic was designed with the same layout for Third Class passengers as Cedric, with a capacity of 2,000, her First and Second Class capacities were significantly greater. In 1910 Cevic was used to experiment with routing ships to Australia via the Suez Canal but she ran aground several times in the canal and the ships remained on the route via the Cape. The latter had become a major source of revenue for shipping lines already on the route after the advent of effective mechanical refrigeration systems in the late 1880s, allowing large quantities of cattle carcasses to be preserved on the long voyage back to the British Isles. Similar in size and appearance to Cymric with a single funnel and four masts, she measured at 600 feet in length with a beam of 65 feet, weighing in at 15,801 gross tons with quadruple expansion engines geared to twin screws capable of a service speed of 16 knots. p. 66. Cymric was launched at Harland & Wolff in October 1897 and entered White Star's North Atlantic service in February 1898, and in time proved a popular and profitable addition to the fleet.