Steam Ship Baltic
The Baltic was built in Belfast, Ireland in 1903, and put to sail in 1904. Its tonnage was 23,884, and was 709 feet by 76 feet. It had twin screws and could go 17 knots. It had four masts and two funnels. Its displacement was 40,000 tons, and was the largest ship liner of its time. It cost $4 million. It was one of "The Big Four" ships, the others being the Adriatic, Cedric and Celtic. It was broken up by Japanese shipbreakers in 1933.
|Dimensions||343 x 183|
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