Ocean liner Lusitania.
British passenger liner Lusitania was the ship name.
AnswerThe longest passenger train in the world is the NS-train, due to its 150th birthday.
Allure of the Seas (Royal Caribbean Int.)
It was an Olympic class passenger liner and at it's time of construction was the largest passenger steamship in the world.
I believe that it was the Lusitania
Yes there were civilian passenger ships that traveled across the Atlantic Ocean during World War 2. Unfortunately during this time there were many civilian passenger ships that never reached their destinations due to disaster striking during their sail.
European Union manufacturer Airbus.It is the world's largest passenger airliner, and the airports at which it operates have upgraded facilities to accommodate it.
Colin F. Worker has written: 'World's Passenger Ships'
The US joined WW1 after a German battle ship sank the Luisitania, which was an American passenger liner.
There was no formal pledge not to sink civilian ships, however the concept of neutrality was accepted and agreed by all the western powers. The illusion of neutrality was shattered when a German submarines sank the unarmed passenger liner Lusitania.
The Oryoku Maru was a passenger cargo liner.Please see the related link below for a list of ships and links to more information: