P and O's Oceana. 6,168 grt; 468 x 52; Harland and Wolff, Belfast, 1888; Australia service; 250 First class, 150 Second class passengers. Mar.16, 1912: Sank off Eastbourne after a collision with the barque Pisagua, while bound from London to Bombay.
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1973 P and O Press Release Photo Caption says:
SPIRIT OF LONDON NEARS COMPLETION
Under her own power for the first time, P and O 's 17,000 ton £10 million custom-built cruise liner, Spirit Of London, surges along the Italian coast near Genoa where she is nearing completion at the CNTR shipyard. The