Displacement 12,105 t.
Draft 27' 1"
Speed 10 kts.
Propulsion: One 3,500ihp steam engine, one shaft.
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|64k||In port, possibly on 22 July 1918, when she was inspected by the Thirteenth Naval District.
U.S. Navy photo NH 103541
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Eastern Queen was refitted as an animal transport during her conversion and, when she sailed from Norfolk 25 November,1918, carried 550 horses plus other cargo. She arrived at St. Nazaire 14 December for a 15-day stay. Ballasted with steel, she embarked 30 Army passengers for Baltimore and reached there 15 January 1919.
Her second French voyage was to La Pallice and Bordeaux, to transfer food, motor oil, and other cargo for the Army between 2 February and 10 April 1919. She was decommissioned 19 April 1919 and returned to the Shipping Board the same day.
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