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Ships owned by Hamburg-American Line

Hammonia  1855 - 1864, Hamburg-New York
Borussia  1855 - 1876, Crimean War transport later Hamburg-New York
Bavaria  1856 - 1876, Hamburg-Southampton-New York
Austria  1857 - 1858, Hamburg-Southampton-New York
Germania  1863 - 1869, Hamburg-Southampton-New York
Belgian  1864 - 1873,
Allemannia  1865 - 1880, Hamburg-Southampton-New York
Cimbria  1867 - 1883, Hamburg-Southampton-New York
Hammonia  1867 - 1878, Hamburg-Southampton-New York
Holsatia  1868 - 1878, Hamburg-Southampton-New York
Westphalia  1868 - 1887, Hamburg-Southampton-New York
Thuringia  1870 - 1878, Hamburg-Southampton-New York
Germania  1871 - 1876,
Missouri  1873 - 1873,
Pommerania  1873 - 1878, Hamburg-New York
Franconia  1873 - 1878,
Gellert  1874 - 1897, Hamburg-New York and Mediterranean-New York
Suevia  1874 - 1896, Hamburg-New York and Mediterranean-New York
Wieland  1874 - 1895, Hamburg-New York and Mediterranean-New York
Saint Germain  1874 - 1876, Hamburg-New York
Klopstock  1875 - 1876, Hamburg-Havre-New York
Herder  1875 - 1882,
Goethe  1875 - 1876, North and South Atlantic service
Lessing  1875 - 1889, Hamburg to New York
Rossija  1878 - 1893,
Alene  1880 - 1908, From Jamaica and Haiti as well as some Hamburg to New York
Bohemia  1881 - 1898, Hamburg-New York
Polaria  1882 - 1904, Hamburg-New York
Rugia  1882 - 1895,
Hammonia  1882 - 1889, Hamburg to New York
Rhaetia  1883 - 1916, Hamburg-Havre-New York
Moravia  1883 - 1899, Hamburg-New York
Hungaria  1884 - 1909, Hamburg and Brunshausn in 1893 to New York
Gothia  1886 - 1898, Hamburg-New York
Slavonia  1886 - 1898, Hamburg-New York
California  1886 - 1911,
Ascania  1887 - 1915,
Australia  1888 - 1902, Hamburg-New York and Baltimore
California  1888 - 1897, Hamburg-New York
Italia  1889 - 1900, Hamburg-New York
Dania  1889 - 1895, Hamburg-New York
Augusta Victoria  1889 - 1904, Hamburg-New York and later Mediterranean-New York
Columbia (1889)  1889 - 1898, Hamburg-Southampton-New York; Genoa-Naples-New York
Chemnitz  1889 - 1893, One trip from Hamburg to New York in 1893
Scandia  1889 - 1924, Hamburg to New York and Philadelphia to 1896
Markomannia  1890 - 1906, Hamburg-New York
Normannia  1890 - 1897, Hamburg-New York and Mediterranean-New York
Normania  1890 - 1897, Hamburg-New York and later Mediterranean-New York
Pickhuben  1890 - 1895, Hamburg-New York
Furst Bismarck  1890 - 1904, Hamburg-New York
Cheruskia  1890 - 1916, Hamburg, Havre to New York
Virginia  1891 - 1898, Hamburg-New York
Venetia  1891 - 1900, Hamburg-New York
Prussia  1893 - 1898, Hamburg-New York
Dnestr  1893 - 1893,
Hercynia  1894 - 1905,
Persia  1894 - 1897, Hamburg-New York
Phoenicia  1894 - 1904, Hamburg-New York; Mediterranean-New York
Palatia  1894 - 1904, Mediterranean-New York; Hamburg-New York
Hispania  1894 - 1914, Further Hamburg-New York
Canadia  1894 - 1905,
Patria (1894)  1894 - 1899, Hamburg to Havre to New York
Scotia  1894 - 1917, Hamburg-New York
Georgia  1895 - 1914, Hamburg-New York and Mediterranean-New York
Russia  1896 - 1899, Hamburg-New York and Mediterranean-New York
Asturia  1896 - 1901, Hamburg-Baltimore, Hamburg-Philadelphia and Hamburg-New York
Arcadia  1896 - 1917, Hamburg-New York service. Later Hamburg-Far East service
Armenia  1896 - 1917, Hamburg-New York
Adria  1896 - 1904, Hamburg-New York
Andalusia  1896 - 1917, Hamburg-New York
Arabia  1896 - 1899, Hamburg-New York
Ambria  1897 - 1915, Hamburg-New York and later Hamburg-Far East
Aragonia  1897 - 1919, Hamburg-New York and later Hamburg-Far East
Pennsylvania  1897 - 1917, Hamburg-New York
Constantia  1897 - 1920, Rotterdam to New York 1919
Calabria  1897 - 1917,
Sarnia  1898 - 1917, West Indies to New York
Suevia  1898 - 1917,
Pretoria  1898 - 1919, Hamburg-New York
Sardinia  1898 - 1916,
Assyria  1898 - 1905, Hamburg-Baltimore and Hamburg-New York
Brasilia  1898 - 1900, Hamburg-Baltimore and Hamburg-New York
Bulgaria  1898 - 1913, Hamburg-New York, Hamburg-Baltimore and Hamburg-Boston
Pavia  1898 - 1898, Hamburg-New York
Hertha  1898 - 1903,
Columbia (1889)  1899 - 1904, Southampton, Cherbourg and New York
Graf Waldersee  1899 - 1919, Hamburg to Boulogne to New York
Bosnia  1899 - 1922, Hamburg and Havre to New York in 1907, then German Navy
Batavia  1899 - 1913, Mediterranean-New York, Hamburg-Baltimore and Hamburg-Boston
Belgravia  1899 - 1905, Hamburg-New York, Genoa-Naples-New York, Hamburg-Baltimore
Patricia  1899 - 1919, Hamburg-New York
Hamburg  1899 - 1917, Hamburg-Far East, New York from 1904, Genoa-NY from 1906
Athesia  1899 - 1902,
Alexandria  1900 - 1914,
Nubia  1900 - 1907,
Borussia  1900 - 1900, Hamburg-Far East and Hamburg-New York
Deutschland  1900 - 1910,
Acilia  1900 - 1913, Hamburg-New York
Sambia  1900 - 1917,
Kiautschou  1900 - 1904, Hamburg-Far East and Hamburg-New York
Altai  1901 - 1913,
Alps  1901 - 1907,
Prinzessin Victoria Luise  1901 - 1906, West Indies to New York 1904-1906
Sithonia  1901 - 1930, Cardiff to New York 1922
Nassovia  1901 - 1917,
Silvia  1901 - 1917,
Numantia  1901 - 1916,
Prinz Eitel Friedrich  1902 - 1917, Central America
Prinz Sigismund  1902 - 1917, Central America then South American
Prinz August Wilhelm  1902 - 1917, West Indies to New York
Prinz Oskar  1902 - 1917, Mediterranean-New York
Badenia  1902 - 1919, Hamburg-New York
Blucher  1902 - 1917, Hamburg-New York and Hamburg-South America
Prinz Adalbert  1902 - 1914, Mediterranean-New York
Moltke  1902 - 1915, Hamburg-New York and Genoa-New York
Prinz Joachim  1903 - 1917,
Sibiria  1903 - 1916, West Indies to New York
Prinz Eitel Friedrich  1904 - 1917, Hamburg-New York
Rugia  1904 - 1921, Hamburg-New York
Rhaetia   1904 - 1917, Mediterranean-New York
Antonina  1904 - 1921, Hamburg-Boston and Hamburg-New York
Senegambia  1904 - 1916,
Staatssekretar Kraetke  1905 - 1917,
Albingia  1905 - 1906, Hamburg-New York
Allemannia  1905 - 1906, Made some Hamburg - New York voyages
Europa  1905 - 1905,
Salamanca  1905 - 1917, Mostly Hamburg-South America service, but also Hamburg-New York
Amerika  1905 - 1917, Hamburg-New York
Admiral Von Tirpitz  1905 - 1912,
Vandalia  1905 - 1912, Hamburg, Japan to New York
Kaiserin Auguste Victoria  1905 - 1919, Hamburg to New York
Canada  1905 - 1906,
Furst Bismarck (1905)  1905 - 1913, Hamburg-New York
Anchoria  1906 - 1925, Used as a depot ship and crew hostel, engines removed
Navarra  1906 - 1914,
Belgravia  1906 - 1916,
Brasilia  1906 - 1926, Hamburg to New York
Swakopmund  1907 - 1921, One voyage Hamburg to New York 1907
Konig Wilhelm II  1907 - 1919, Genoa to River Platte
Otavi  1907 - 1921, Hamburg to New York 1907
Boston  1907 - 1907,
President Grant  1907 - 1914, Hamburg-New York
Berlin  1907 - 1907,
President Lincoln  1907 - 1914, Hamburg-New York
Albingia  1907 - 1916, Resumed Hamburg-New York
Corcovado  1907 - 1920, Hamburg-South America
Allemannia  1907 - 1916, Resumed Hamburg-New York
Albano  1907 - 1911, Further Hamburg-New York
Ypiranga  1908 - 1921,
Ypiranga  1908 - 1919, Hamburg-West Indies service and some Hamburg-New York
Westerwald  1908 - 1916, Haiti and Jamaica to New York
Cincinnati  1909 - 1917, Hamburg-New York
Cleveland  1909 - 1919, Hamburg-New York
Victoria Luise  1910 - 1921, All-first class cruise ship
Preussen  1910 - 1921,
Persepolis  1910 - 1915,
Furst Bulow  1911 - 1933, Two voyages to New York in 1923 from Hamburg
Grunewald  1911 - 1917,
Carl Schurz  1912 - 1914, Santiago, Colon, Kingston to New York 1913 and 1914
Kurmark  1912 - 1925, Port Said to New York in 1921
Nordmark  1913 - 1921,
Friedrichsruhe  1913 - 1919,
Emden  1913 - 1921, Hamburg to New York 1923-1924
Bohemia  1913 - 1917,
Sudmark  1913 - 1915,
Batavia  1913 - 1917,
Bohemia  1913 - 1917, Hamburg-New York
Imperator  1913 - 1914, Hamburg-New York
Bismarck  1914 - 1921,
Bulgaria  1914 - 1917,
Johann Heinrich Burchard  1914 - 1916,
William Oswald  1914 - 1916,
Vaterland  1914 - 1917, Hamburg-New York
Holsatia  1914 - 1917,
Persia  1914 - 1917,
Braunschweig  1915 - 1920,
Nassau  1915 - 1920,
Sauerland  1916 - 1918,
Vogtland  1919 - 1922,
Friesland  1920 - 1922,
Altmark  1921 - 1933,
Rugia  1921 - 1932, Hamburg to New York 1922
Wurttemberg  1921 - 1935, Hamburg-New York
Hansa  1921 - 1925,
Bayern  1921 - 1936, Hamburg-New York
Toledo  1922 - 1934,
Muensterland  1922 - 1942, Hamburg to New York 1923
Schwarzwald  1922 - 1935,
Cassel  1922 - 1940,
Hessen  1923 - 1935,
Heluan  1923 - 1931, Hamburg-South America
Thuringia  1923 - 1930, Hamburg to New York
Ammerland  1923 - 1923,
Albert Ballin  1923 - 1939, Hamburg-New York
Deutschland (1923)  1923 - 1945, Hamburg-Southampton-New York
Westphalia  1923 - 1929, Hamburg to New York
Cleveland  1926 - 1933, trans-Atlantic
Resolute  1926 - 1935,
Hamburg  1926 - 1975, Hamburg-Southampton-Cherbourg-New York
Granada  1926 - 1931,
Andros  1926 - 1945,
Ammon  1926 - 1945,
Carl Legien  1927 - 1933,
Albingia  1927 - 1932,
Delos  1927 - 1941,
New York  1927 - 1949, Hamburg-Southampton-Cherbourg-New York
Oceana  1927 - 1945,
Eifel  1929 - 1937,
General Artigas  1929 - 1943, Hamburg-Buenos Aires
Taunus  1929 - 1937,
Milwaukee  1929 - 1946, Hamburg-Cobb-Halifax-New York
Saint Louis  1929 - 1950, Hamburg-Cobh-Halifax-New York
Milwaukee  1929 - 1945,
Sofia  1934 - 1937,
Hansa  1935 - 1939, Hamburg-New York
Wuppertal  1936 - 1940,
Millerntor  1945 - 1945,
Hanseatic  1958 - 1966, Germany to New York


A total of 218 ships.






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