ss Olympic voyage timeline

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Introduction
1911-1914
1915-1919
1920-1929
1930-1937

 

The early years: 1911-1914

The first two years of service were marred by misfortune. A collision with HMS Hawke and a number of propeller blade breakages required costly journeys to Belfast for repair. Crew unrest after the Titanic sinking resulted in another aborted voyage. Returning to service in 1913 after a major overhaul, the Olympic’s unlucky streak seemed to have ended and a series of successful voyages ensued. This profitable career was interrupted by the outbreak of war in August 1914.


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1911

Transit voyage
Voyage 1
Voyage 2
Voyage 3
Voyage 4
Voyage begun but aborted (no number)
Voyage for repair or overhaul
Voyage 5
Voyage 6

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1912

Voyage 7
Voyage 8
Voyage for repair or overhaul
Voyage 9
Voyage 10
Voyage begun but aborted (no number)
Voyage 11
Voyage 12
Voyage 13
Voyage 14
Voyage 15
Voyage 16
Voyage 17
Voyage for repair or overhaul

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1913

Transit voyage
Voyage 18
Voyage 19
Voyage 20
Voyage 21
Voyage 22
Voyage 23
Voyage 24
Voyage 25
Voyage 26
Voyage 27
Voyage 28
Voyage 29

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1914

Voyage 30
Voyage 31
Voyage 32
Voyage 33
Voyage 34
Voyage 35
Voyage 36
Voyage 37
Voyage 38
Voyage 39
Voyage 40
Voyage 41

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Last updated 13 Dec 2016. Copyright 2013,2016 by Ralph Currell. Timeline display based on Timeliner by Tarek Anandan.