SS Ceramic

SS Ceramic

Lucas Gustaffson
Description
SS Ceramic was a British ocean liner built in Belfast for White Star Line in 1912–13 and operated on the Liverpool – Australia route. Ceramic was the largest ship serving the route until P&O introduced RMS Mooltan in 1923. In 1934 Shaw, Savill & Albion Line took over White Star's Australia route and acquired Ceramic. The liner served as a troopship in both World Wars. She was sunk by a German submarine in 1942, leaving only one survivor from the 656 people aboard. Font: Wikipedia © Lucas Gustaffson (2017) #adriatic #atlantic #barco #britannic #campania #cap_arcona #city_of_new_york #georgic #homeric #ionic #laurentic #lusitania #navio #ocean #ocean_liner #oceanic #olympic #potsdam #queen_mary #republic #teutonic #titanic #transatlantico #Umbria #water #white_star_line
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