RMS Olympic was once an ocean liner for the White Star Line. Olympic was the first of three "sister ships" to be built. Her sisters were the ill fated RMS Titanic, and RMS Britannic. Olympic was built at Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, Ireland. She was registered in Liverpool, England, and sailed from Southampton, England. Olympic was a British ship. She served in World War 1 as a transport ship for the Allied Powers. Olympic even sank a submarine. She was the only merchant ship to do that. During the war she got the nickname "Old Reliable" because she was a very safe ship. Olympic was also way luckier than her sister ships, as she was the only ship of her class that did not sink. Olympic was scrapped in 1935 when the Cunard Line bought out the White Star Line.
RMS Olympic's Stats
Length: 882ft long
Width: 92.5ft wide
Top Speed: 23 knots
Propulsion: Triple Screw, 2 recprocating engines.
RMS OLympic, the most beautiful, majestic ship to ever set sail.