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The Carinthia World Cruise

The RMS Carinthia was first laid down in Barrow-in-Furness in 1924. Originally named Servia, she was renamed Carinthia when launched in February 1925. She made her maiden voyage in August 1925 from Liverpool to New York.

In the summer months, the Carinthia provided service between Liverpool and Boston & New York with the capacity to carry 1,650 passengers.


In the winter, the Carinthia did a world cruise with less than 400 first-class passengers. Her first world cruise departed from New York in October 1925.

The cruise price list from the original brochure.

The cruise price list from the original brochure.

Public Rooms in The Carinthia

The Card Room

The Dining Room

The Smoking Room

The Library

The Library

Activities on the World Cruise


Hong Kong Newspaper Story

Shore Excursions

Entertainments & Charity Drives

Bridge and Lunch & Dinner Parties

Special Events

Many Interesting Places

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