SS Sylvania Archival Collection
Sylvania (1895) Cunard Line
Built by London & Glasgow, S. B. & E Co., Glasgow. Tonnage: 5,508 Gross, 3,623 Net. Dimensions: 445 x 49 x 31.9 Feet. Engine: Twin-Screw, 2x Triple Expansion, 766 NHP, 13 1/2 knots. Launched: 24 January 1895. Service: North Atlantic Cargo Service. Provided Passenger Servicer Liverpool-Boston. Turnaround Time in Port was slow. Fate: Broken Up in Italy in 1910.
Sailing Schedule, Liverpool-New York Service, Liverpool-Boston Service, and Hungarian-American Service, from 31 May 1904 to 2 August 1904. Ships Included the Aurania, Etruria, Ivernia, Lucania, Pannonia, Saxonia, Slavonia, Sylvania, Ultonia, and Umbria. In October. 1903, the "Aurania" and "Carpathia" inaugurated the Now York and Mediterranean Service. This Service is now continued by the fine Twin-Screw Steamers "Slavonia," " Pannonia" and " Ultonia." The ports of call are Trieste and Fiume in the Adriatic, and Palermo and Naples In the Mediterranean. An Atlantic Fleet List is Also Provided. RMS Etruria Passenger List, 11 June 1904. GGA Image ID # 1e6ebbe24c
Proposed Sailings, Liverpool-Queenstown (Cobh)-New York, New York-Mediterranean-Adriatic, and Liverpool-Queenstown (Cobh)-Boston, from 20 September 1904 to 3 January 1905. Ships Included the Campania, Carpathia, Etruria, Ivernia, Lucania, Pannonia, Saxonia, Slavonia, Sylvania, Ultonia, and Umbria. SS Carpathia Passenger List, 4 October 1904. GGA Image ID # 1e18ccfaad