Aug. 25, launched as the Victorian for the Allan Line, as the first turbine steamer on the North Atlantic
Mar. 23, maiden voyage Liverpool - St John
Merchant auxiliary cruiser, used as an armed merchant cruiser by the 10th Cruiser Squadron
Taken over by Canadian Pacific Line
Reconditioned by Cammell Laird
Chartered by British Govt. for Indian trooping service
Converted to oil fuel by Fairfield Co Ltd, Glasgow, - single-reduction geared turbines
Feb. 2, collided with the S/S Whimbrel, towed to Southampton
Scrapped at Pembroke Dock
The information listed above is not the complete record of the ship. The information was collected from a multitude of sources, and new information will be added as it emerges
The Marloch before she was renamed, on this image in Canadian Pacific Line colors as the Virginian
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The Marloch (ex Victorian) was the first triple screw North Atlantic liner along with her sister ship, they had 3 steam turbines delivering 15 000 shaft hors power, giving them a speed of 18 knots. The hull was built in steel , they had 3 decks and passenger accommodation for 346 passengers first class, 286 second class and 1000 passengers steerage.
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