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OT - For a slow Friday night...ship trivia

Discussion in 'Know Before You Go' started by Nessie, Jan 3, 2003.

  1. ShipMaven

    ShipMaven Guest

    Seven Seas Mariner
    Seven Seas Voyager
    Radisson Diamond
    Song of Flower
    Paul Gauguin
    Hanseatic
     
  2. Bungeeman

    Bungeeman Guest

    Arctic, the Antarctic, the North and South Pacific, the North and the South Atlantic and the Indian Ocean.
     
  3. ShipMaven

    ShipMaven Guest

    Oops - add Seven Seas Navigator
     
  4. Nessie

    Nessie Guest

    I see the Navigator instead of the Voyager..but at this point, what does it matter? Ship Maven you are the CHAMP! and as Mike said so to the point. MY BRAIN HURTS! :grin

    the eyes are blurry.. Thanks all for playing! :)
     
  5. L8inAZ

    L8inAZ Guest

    ROFLMAO here, you are all very funny............ Stephanie
     
  6. ShipMaven

    ShipMaven Guest

    Bungeeman,

    It's RADISSON Seven Seas, not Seven Seas......
     
  7. Nessie

    Nessie Guest

    Harry and Mike...thanks for making me laugh! :lol
     
  8. Bungeeman

    Bungeeman Guest

    Uh-oh......my mistake.
     
  9. ShipMaven

    ShipMaven Guest

    Geez - I didn't mean to give you all a headache. :cry
     
  10. ShipMaven

    ShipMaven Guest

    Nessie - S/S Voyager will join the fleet shortly.
     
  11. Nessie

    Nessie Guest

    ShipMaven, you didn't give me a headache...only my eyes are so blurry I cant read the ship listed any more! :lol you did great and I am VERY impressed. I would have been stumped with anyone of those! you get the C@ gold star! :thumb
     
  12. Bungeeman

    Bungeeman Guest

    Nessie,

    I learned a LONG time ago, not to try to match wits with ShipMaven, especially when the subject is cruise ships. :)

    I'm just wondering if anyone else has had the experience of learning that someone has recently been on a cruise...............you ask them what ship they were on and they respond......"you know, I can't remember".........I'm always flabbergasted by that response.
     
  13. ShipMaven

    ShipMaven Guest

    Thank you, Nessie and Harry.

    First and foremost, I LOVE ships. Secondly, I'd be a pretty dumb cruise specialist if I didn't have a reasonable knowledge of ships - or know where to find information. And, lastly, I enjoy trivia games. :grin
     
  14. 2TallMike

    2TallMike Guest

    Post Edited (01-30-03 17:25)
     
  15. Bruce

    Bruce Guest

    White Star Line,,,, am waiting,,,,,:grin

    Bruce
     
  16. Ali

    Ali Guest

    Titanic :lol

    Rats and I missed my chance with the RCI ships. I know those by heart.
     
  17. Ali

    Ali Guest

    Stump ShipMaven??? A new trivia game????
     
  18. ShipMaven

    ShipMaven Guest

    White Star Line Fleet


    Ship Maiden Voyage Final Voyage Gross Tonnage

    Royal Standard November 23, 1863 October 10, 1869 2,033
    Sirius March 1869 October 24, 1900 620
    Tropic 1871 September 1894 2,122
    Asiatic March 1871 February 1903 2,122
    Oceanic March 2, 1871 May 17, 1895 3,707
    Atlantic June 8, 1871 March 20, 1873 3,707
    Baltic September 14, 1871 February 6, 1898 2,209
    Celtic October 24, 1871 1893 3,867
    Traffic 1872 1955 155
    Republic February 1, 1872 1909 3,707
    Adriatic April 11, 1872 February 12, 1899 3,888
    Gaelic January 29, 1873 September 24, 1896 2,685
    Belgic April 16, 1873 January 27, 1884 2,652
    Britannic June 25, 1874 August 11, 1903 5,004
    Germanic May 30, 1875 October 29, 1950 5,008
    Arabic September 10, 1881 February 7, 1901 4,368
    Coptic November 16, 1881 1926 4,367
    Ionic April 26, 1883 August 21, 1906 4,753
    Doric July 26, 1883 April 23, 1911 4,784
    Belgic 1885 1902 4,212
    Gaelic July 18, 1885 1907 4,206
    Cufic December 8, 1888 December 18, 1919 4,639
    Runic February 21, 1889 November 30, 1921 4,833
    Teutonic August 7, 1889 1921 9,984
    Majestic April 2, 1890 January 14, 1914 9,965
    Nomadic April 24, 1891 March 12, 1926 5,749
    Tauric May 16, 1891 1929 5,728
    Naronic July 15, 1892 February 11, 1893 6,594
    Bovic August 26, 1892 1928 6,583
    Gothic December 28, 1893 March 1925 7,755
    Magnetic 1891 1935 619
    Gallic 1894 1913 461
    Mersey 1894 1923 1,820
    Pontic 1894 1930 395
    Cevic January 12, 1894 1933 8,301
    Georgic August 16, 1895 December 10, 1916 10,077
    Victorian/Russian September 7, 1895 December 14, 1916 8,825
    Armenian September 28, 1895 June 28, 1915 8,825
    Cufic October 9, 1895 1930 8,249
    Tropic July 9, 1896 1933 8,262
    Delphic June 17, 1897 August 17, 1917 8,273
    Alexandra Woermann 1898 1936 3,908
    Hunslet 1898 1932 5,341
    Poland January 6, 1898 1925 8,282
    Cymric February 11, 1898 April 29, 1916 13,096
    Romanic June 30, 1898 1922 11,394
    Frankfurt 1899 1931 7,431
    Afric February 8, 1899 February 2, 1917 11,948
    Medic August 3, 1899 September 11, 1942 11,985
    Persic December 7, 1899 September 26, 1926 11,973
    Oceanic September 6, 1899 July 22, 1914 17,274
    Olympic O R D E R C A N C E L L E D (17,000)
    Canopic October 4, 1900 1924 12,097
    Vaderland/Southland December 8, 1900 June 4, 1917 11,899
    Runic January 19, 1901 October 20, 1940 12,482
    Suevic March 23, 1901 April 1, 1942 12,531
    Celtic July 26, 1901 December 10, 1928 21,035
    Haverford September 4, 1901 August 27, 1924 11,635
    Athenic February 14, 1902 October 24, 1944 12,345
    Cretic July 19, 1902 September 15, 1928 13,507
    Corinthic November 20, 1902 August 1931 12,367
    Belgic 1903 1930 9,748
    Republic October 1, 1903 January 22, 1909 15,378
    Ionic January 16, 1903 September 9, 1936 12,352
    Cedric February 11, 1903 September 5, 1931 21,035
    Arabic June 26, 1903 August 19, 1915 15,801
    Baltic June 29, 1904 February 17, 1933 23,876
    Adriatic May 8, 1907 December 19, 1934 24,541
    Ypiranga October 14, 1908 1950 8,142
    Lapland March 27, 1909 1933 18,695
    Laurentic April 29, 1909 January 25, 1917 14,892
    Arabic May 1, 1909 March 15, 1931 16,786
    Megantic June 17, 1909 1929 14,878
    Nomadic June 1911 Still in use, as restaurant 1,273
    Traffic June 1911 January 17, 1941 675
    Olympic June 14, 1911 March 27, 1935 45,324
    Zealandic October 30, 1911 June 4, 1941 8,090
    Titanic April 10, 1912 April 10, 1912 46,328
    Ceramic July 24, 1913 December 6, 1942 18,495
    Britannic December 12, 1915 November 21, 1916 48,158
    Belgic 1917 April 22, 1936 24,547
    Justicia 1917 July 19, 1918 32,234
    Delphic 1918 1948 8,006
    Regina 1918 1946 16,313
    Vedic July 11, 1918 July 1934 9,302
    Gallic 1919 1955 7,914
    Zeppelin 1919 June 20, 1934 14,167
    Bardic March 18, 1919 March 9, 1941 8,010
    Homeric February 15, 1922 1935 34,351
    Majestic May 10, 1922 April 8, 1937 56,551
    Pittsburgh June 6, 1922 April 25, 1941 16,322
    Calgaric January 3, 1923 December 20, 1934 16,063
    Albertic April 3, 1923 1933 18,939
    Doric June 8, 1923 November 9, 1935 16,484
    Laurentic April 27, 1927 November 3, 1940 18,724
    Oceanic O R D E R C A N C E L L E D (80,000)
    Britannic June 28, 1930 December 16, 1960 26,943
    Georgic June 25, 1932 January 1956 27,759



    The White Star Line's Ten Largest Ships

    1. Majestic (1922) 56,551 gross tons
    2. Britannic (1915) 48,158 gross tons
    3. Titanic 46,328 gross tons
    4. Olympic (1911) 45,324 gross tons
    5. Homeric 34,351 gross tons
    6. Justicia 32,234 gross tons
    7. Georgic (1932) 27,759 gross tons
    8. Britannic (1930) 26,943 gross tons
    9. Belgic (1917) 24,547 gross tons
    10. Adriatic (1907) 24,541 gross tons
     
  19. Bruce

    Bruce Guest

    I don't even beleive that.... although I shoulda known,,,, geeeez

    Bruce
     
  20. Bungeeman

    Bungeeman Guest

    Bruce,

    I TRIED to warn you. :grin
     

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