Relationship to Titanic disaster / inquiries.
Mentioned numerous times during the inquiries, a number of Titanic's crew had served aboard her during their careers.
January 19, 1889
Launched by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, Ireland (Yard No. 208) for the White Star Line.
August 7, 1889
Captured the Blue Riband for fastest westbound crossing at 20.25 knots. Shortly after she would increase her speed to 20.5 knots. The following year the City of Paris took the record. White Star would never again claim the record.
With the completion of Olympic, Teutonic was transferred to the White Star-Dominion Line Canadian service.
With the outbreak of war the vessel was requisitioned for use as an Armed Merchant Cruiser.
Purchased outright by the Admiralty and used as a convoy escort
Used by the Shipping Controller as a troopship and placed under White Star's management.
Broken up at Emden, Germany.