Olympic
Ship Number
400
Vessel Type
Passenger Ship
Built
Belfast
Yard
North Yard
Slip Number
2
Launch Date
October 20, 1910
Delivered
May 31, 1911
Owner
Oceanic Steam Navigation Co.
Weight
45324 grt
BP Length
850 feet
Breadth
92 feet
No. of Screws
Triple
Speed (approx)
21 knots
Propulsion
Twin 4 cylinder triple expansion rec. V.L.P. turbine
Official No.
131346
Registered
Liverpool
I.M.O.
Fate
Scrapped
 Olympic

The S/S Olympic was built in 1911 by Harland & Wolff Ltd. in Belfast. She had a tonnage of 46,359 tons gross, 35,043 under deck and 22,350 net. Dimensions: 852.5 feet long, 92.5 foot beam and holds 59.5 feet deep. Poop 76 feet long, bridge deck 540 feet long, forecastle 127 feet, and promenade deck 495 feet.
 
She had four funnels 2 masts, 5 decks amidships, 7 decks in No. 1 hold and 6 decks in other holds. She was fitted with electric light, refrigerating machinery, and a submarine signalling device, and wireless. She had Triple screws and a Triple expansion engine with 8 cylinders, (2) 54, (2) 84 and (4) 97 inches diameter respectively and stroke 75 inches, delivering 6,906 registered horsepower. She had 1 low pressure turbine.
 
The engine was built by Harland & Wolff. She had water ballast.
 
Olympic survived into old age, being scrapped in 1935 after White Star was forced to merge with it's long time bitter rival Cunard.