The Leviathan, formerly the German Vaterland, now owned by the U. S.
Shipping Board, will leave her drydock at Newport News about May 1 to
resume her place as the second largest ship in the world. She will ply
the Atlantic passenger trade as a rival to the Majestic, the largest
vessel, and the Mauretania, the fleetest. Nearly 3,000 workmen were
employed in her refittingan $8,500,000 job.
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