RMS Mauretania


RMS Mauretania

Two ocean liners of the Cunard Line have been named RMS "Mauretania", after the ancient territory of Mauretania:

* RMS "Mauretania" (1906), launched in 1906 and remained in service until 1934
* RMS "Mauretania" (1938), launched in 1938 and scrapped in 1965


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