To Scandinavian-American Line.

Interior from the sisters Hellig Olav (10,085 grt, 520 ft. long) and United States (10,095 grt, 520 ft. long).
These ships plied the North Atlantic (with yet another sister, the Oscar II)) until 1931 and 1934 respectively,
when they were laid up and eventually sold for scrap.


Interior from the C.F. Tietgen (8,032 grt, 485 ft. long), formerly the Rotterdam of the Holland-America Line.
She was built in 1897 and sold to the Scandinavian-American Line in 1906.
She was disposed of when the Frederik VIII was put in service in late 1913.
She ended her days in 1918, when torpedoed and sunk in the North Atlantic.

From a 1909 Scandinavian-American Line booklet for third class passengers printed in Swedish.

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This page last updated September 10, 2006.