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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...
- 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 the White Star Line. She was converted to...
- The second SS Laurentic was an 18,724-ton ocean liner built in 1927 by Harland and Wolff, Belfast, for the White Star Line. She served on the Canadian...
- RMS Baltic (1904) SS Tropic (1904) SS Gallic (1907) RMS Adriatic (1907) SS Laurentic (1909) RMS Megantic (1909) SS Zeeland (1910) SS Nomadic (1911) SS Traffic...
- (F51), a British Royal Navy Blackwood cl**** anti-submarine frigate HMS Laurentic (F51), a 1927 British Royal Navy armed merchant cruiser and also : ****rganic...
- divers that salvaged forty-four tons of gold bullion from the wreck of HMS Laurentic between 1917 and 1924, and the covert work he and his divers performed...
- 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...
- renamed Megantic (after Lake Megantic in Quebec), and the Alberta became Laurentic. At the time, the two were the largest ships yet built for Canadian service...
- August 1935 Laurentic collided with Napier Star of the Blue Star Line, leaving six dead among the crew of Laurentic. In November 1940 Laurentic was torpedoed...
- which was Western Ontario. The battalion set off for England on board the Laurentic berthed in Quebec. They arrived in England on 14 October 1914 with a strength...