Category:Bremen (ship, 1897)
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- Built by F. Schichau, Danzig,
- Nov 14, 1896 launched,
- May 26, 1897 delivered.
- 10,522 GRT, 11,900 tdw
- Length 525 ft, width 60.5 ft
- Two Iquadruple expansion engines, 7,900 HP
- Twin screws, 15.5 kn
- Passengers: 230 I, 250 II, 1850 Tweendeck
- Crew 250
- June 5, 1897 start of maiden voyage Bremerhaven - New York. First trip Bremerhaven - Sydney on October 29, 1897.
- June 30,1900, the ship as well as two further Lloyd steamers suffered heavy damage by the major fire of the Hoboken piers at New York; 300 humans died.
- October 1901, following repairs and conversion at the Stettin Vulcan yard, on duty again by October of 1901.
- Her specifications thereafter were 11,540 GRT, 570 feet length, and a passenger capacity of 392 in first class, 273 in second, and 1682 in tween decks.
- August of 1914 laid up at Bremerhaven.
- From Oct. 9 to Dec. 17,1918, served as troop transport for the German Imperial Navy.
- April 4, 1919, delivered to The Shipping Controller, London; managed by P&O Lines.
- February 1921 sold to Byron SS CO, London, and renamed ' Constantinople ' .
- 1923 she was registered by the National S.N. Co., Panama, and renamed KING ALEXANDER.
- Scrapped 1929 at E. Breda, Venice.