White Star Line Vedic 1918-1934
Vedic was one of the first White Star Line ships to be sent to the scrap yard in1934 when Cunard and White Star merged. With Cunard holding the majority of the shares in the new company, they made the decision to put Vedic out of service. She was an older vessel and had undergone two previous refits. She was built by Harland and Wolff in 1918 and and immediately fitted a troop transport.
Vedic didn't see passenger service until 1920 when she refitted and used on the Liverpool to Canada immigrant run. In 1925 her service route changed to Australia.
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