|Builder||Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Belfast|
|Operator||British & North Atlantic Steam Nav. Co., Ltd., Liverpool|
|History||Built as Brasilia for Hamburg-Amerika Linie with space for 300 2nd Class and 2400 steerage passengers. Sold in 1900 to Harland & Wolff for conversion to cargo/steerage and renamed Norseman. Sold to British & North American Steam Nav. Co. (Dominion Line), Liverpool in 1903.|
U-boat attacks on Passenger steamer Norseman
|1||22 Jan 1916||U 39 (Walter Forstmann)||Sunk||Torpedoed in the approaches to Salonika. Beached at Tuzla Point, Salonika but became a CTL. Scrapped in situ in 1920.||Plymouth - Saloniki||Mules and munitions||0|
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