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- a number of steamships have been named ss laurentic after the saint lawrence seaway: ss laurentic (1908), a 14,892-ton liner of the white star line, sunk
- for other ships of the same name, see ss laurentic. the second ss laurentic was an 18,724-ton ocean liner built in 1927 by harland and wolff, belfast,
- ships of the same name, see ss laurentic. coordinates: 55°15′43″n 6°49′05″w / 55.262°n 6.818°w / 55.262; -6.818 ss laurentic was a british ocean liner of
- megantic (after lake megantic in quebec), and the alberta became the laurentic. at the time, the two were the largest ships yet built for canadian service
- cufic (1904) baltic (1904) tropic (1904) gallic (1907) adriatic (1907) laurentic (1909) megantic (1909) zeeland (1910) traffic (1911) olympic (1911) belgic
- game species. in 2007, local divers recovered a bow gun from the s.s. laurentic. the gun is now mounted beside downings pier. the dunes that connect
- in the first battle of the atlantic. u-80 is credited for sinking the laurentic, the 24th largest ship sunk in world war i by uboats, at 14,892 tons.
- cufic (1904) baltic (1904) tropic (1904) gallic (1907) adriatic (1907) laurentic (1909) megantic (1909) zeeland (1910) traffic (1911) olympic (1911) belgic