RMS Caronia
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RMS Caronia was a 34 183 gross register tons (GRT) passenger ship of the Cunard Line (then Cunard White Star Line). Launched on 30 October 1947 she served with Cunard until 1967. She was nicknamed the Green Goddess by the people of Liverpool because her livery resembled that of the local trams also known as Green Goddesses. She is credited as one of the first dual-purpose built ships.

RMS Caronia -The "Green Goddess," as she was affectionately known, was the height of luxury for cruising and trans-Atlantic service.1
RMS Caronia was a British ocean liner, launched on 13 July 1904. She was built for Cunard by John Brown & Co. of Glasgow.2
a RMS Caronia have been either badly chipped or as in her case had been repainted as an auxiliary ship.3
Allen's first tattoo: the RMS Caronia on right shoulder 2008 Out of the Dark World Tattoo, Worcester, Massachusetts Artist: Ben Mack Allen Dion's tattoos 4
In January 1951 the RMS Caronia was the first liner in the post-war era to undertake a globe-circling cruise.5

Builders of the RMS Caronia are Clydebank, John Brown & Company and Scotland.

January-February January 4 RMS Caronia of the Cunard Line departs Southampton for New York on her maiden voyage January 4 February 22 Series of winter storms in Nebraska, Wyoming,, it 6
RMS Caronia - The ship that brought my grandmother to America in 1910.7
RMS Caronia silver plated tea strainer spoon 17668 Cunard 1950 8
RMS Caronia Timeline: Green Goddess June 1958 daily position ... RMS Caronia Timeline: Daily position of the Green Goddess during month of June 1958 - Donald Sorrell, Caronia's first Captain dieswww.caronia2.9
RMS Caronia was a Cunard passenger ship in operation from 1949 to 1967. "RMS" stands for "Royal Mail Steamship.10
Ship Name
Ship In Service
Active Years End Date
Ship Power
Geared turbines
H.P. double reduction
I.P. and L.P. single reduction
000 i.h.p.
twin propellers
Ship Speed
Ship Fate
Wrecked in Apra Harbour
1974. Subsequently scrapped.
Laying Down
Ship Capacity
Ship Acquired
December 1948
Ship Launched
Ship Yard Number
Active Years Start Date
Ship Registry
Ship Out Of Service
Ship Laid Down
Ship Ordered
Ship Launch
The Green Goddess
Ship Christened
Christening Date
Ship Nickname
The Green Goddess

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