Famous Cunard Ocean Liners

Simply type in the name of the liner. No need to add in preface, (R.M.S., S.S., H.M.S., ex.).
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Last updated: July 10, 2020
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The very first liner of the Cunard Line, (1840-1849)
R.M.S. Britannia
A Cunard liner with a revolutionary design going away from sail ships of the past, (1881-1902)
S.S. Servia
The last Cunard liner to feature auxiliary sails, (1884-1910)
R.M.S. Umbria
One of the first Cunard liners to be outfitted with a Marconi wireless system and a holder of the Blue Riband for 5 years, (1893-1918)
R.M.S. Campania
A Cunard liner that became world famous for her role as the savior for nearly 800 lives following the sinking of R.M.S. Titanic, (1903-1918)
R.M.S. Carpathia
A Cunard liner that famously sunk the German liner Cap Trafalgar in World War 1 while they were both attempting to disguise as each other, (1905-1932)
R.M.S. Carmania
An infamous Cunard liner, met her end early in World War 1 after an encounter with German U-Boat, (1907-1915)
R.M.S. Lusitania
A storied Cunard liner having served as a troop & hospital ship in WW1 and was the holder for the Blue Riband award for nearly 30 years, (1907-1935)
R.M.S. Mauretania
A direct response to White Star's Olympic, this Cunard liner adopted the nickname "Ship Beautiful" among satisfied passengers, (1913-1950)
R.M.S. Aquitania
Awarded to the Cunard Line after WW1 from Germany, this Cunard liner became the flagship for nearly 20 years, (1919-1939)
R.M.S. Berengaria
An English icon, the Cunard liner that would ensure England's domination over the seas and help win WW2 as a troop ship, (1936-1967)
R.M.S. Queen Mary
The largest traditional ocean liner ever built by gross tonnage, this Cunard liner also played a key role in WW2 as a troop ship, (1946-1968)
R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth
A truly beautiful and modern Cunard liner of the time, also known by many as the "Green Goddess", (1949-1967)
R.M.S. Caronia
Built to replace the aging Cunard liners before her as a modernized approach to an ocean liner, (1969-2008)
M.S. Queen Elizabeth 2
A current member of the Cunard fleet, considered by many as the last true ocean liner, (2004-pres)
R.M.S. Queen Mary 2
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May 4, 2021
Shouldn't it be both Umbria and Etruria for the last with sails?