City of Berlin was a British ocean liner that won the Blue Riband for the Inman Line in 1875 as the fastest liner on the Atlantic. She was also the largest passenger ship for six years except for the inactive Great Eastern Built by Caird & Company in Scotland, City of Berlin was the Inman Line's premier unit for thirteen years until City of New York was commissioned in 1888. She served the Inman Line until 1893 when Inman was merged into the American Line, and she was operated by her new owners on both the American Line and Red Star Line until 1898. She was sold to the U.S. Government, and was in their service until after World War I.

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  • Le City of Berlin est un paquebot de l'Inman Line construit en 1874. Il dessert la ligne Liverpool—Queenstown—New York, essentiellement pour des émigrants, notamment irlandais. Il est le premier navire équipé de lumière électrique sur la ligne transatlantique. En 1875, il décroche le précieux Ruban bleu récompensant le record de traversée transatlantique en 7 jours, 15 heures et 28 minutes à une vitesse moyenne de 15,37 nœuds. Vendu à l'American Line en 1893 en même temps que ses successeurs, le City of New York III et le City of Paris II, il navigue deux ans pour cette compagnie américaine mais sous pavillon britannique avant d'être vendu à la compagnie belgo-américano-britannique Red Star Line pour laquelle il dessert pendant 5 ans la ligne Anvers—New York et qui le rebaptise Berlin. Vendu au gouvernement américain en 1898, lors de la guerre hispano-américaine, il est rebaptisé Meade. Endommagé par un incendie à San Francisco en 1906, il est démoli en 1921. (fr)
  • シティ・オブ・ベルリン(英:SS City of Berlin)は、ケード・アンド・カンパニーによって建造された客船である。後に2度の改名を行った。 (ja)
  • City of Berlin was a British ocean liner that won the Blue Riband for the Inman Line in 1875 as the fastest liner on the Atlantic. She was also the largest passenger ship for six years except for the inactive Great Eastern Built by Caird & Company in Scotland, City of Berlin was the Inman Line's premier unit for thirteen years until City of New York was commissioned in 1888. She served the Inman Line until 1893 when Inman was merged into the American Line, and she was operated by her new owners on both the American Line and Red Star Line until 1898. She was sold to the U.S. Government, and was in their service until after World War I. (en)
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  • 1875-04-29 (xsd:date)
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  • 1874-10-27 (xsd:date)
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  • Sold 1898, scrapped 1921
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  • later names: SS Berlin , SS Meade
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  • Steam
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  • Single screw
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  • Liverpool
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  • Atlantic crossing.
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  • 1875 (xsd:integer)
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  • シティ・オブ・ベルリン(英:SS City of Berlin)は、ケード・アンド・カンパニーによって建造された客船である。後に2度の改名を行った。 (ja)
  • City of Berlin was a British ocean liner that won the Blue Riband for the Inman Line in 1875 as the fastest liner on the Atlantic. She was also the largest passenger ship for six years except for the inactive Great Eastern Built by Caird & Company in Scotland, City of Berlin was the Inman Line's premier unit for thirteen years until City of New York was commissioned in 1888. She served the Inman Line until 1893 when Inman was merged into the American Line, and she was operated by her new owners on both the American Line and Red Star Line until 1898. She was sold to the U.S. Government, and was in their service until after World War I. (en)
  • Le City of Berlin est un paquebot de l'Inman Line construit en 1874. Il dessert la ligne Liverpool—Queenstown—New York, essentiellement pour des émigrants, notamment irlandais. Il est le premier navire équipé de lumière électrique sur la ligne transatlantique. En 1875, il décroche le précieux Ruban bleu récompensant le record de traversée transatlantique en 7 jours, 15 heures et 28 minutes à une vitesse moyenne de 15,37 nœuds. (fr)
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  • SS City of Berlin (fr)
  • シティ・オブ・ベルリン (客船) (ja)
  • SS City of Berlin (en)
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  • City of Berlin (en)
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