1922 A passenger ship with - get this - FOUR decks. And they packed 'em in below, too. 1st class: 263. 2nd class: 435 3rd class: 1200. But:

By the time the ship was delivered the quota system of the American immigration laws reduced the need for a large third class capacity so the actual figures on delivery were 296 first, 396 second and 292 Third class.

That's quite an adjustment.

She suffered damage when the Germans invaded Rotterdam; the Nazis took it over for housing. Bombed by the allies in port, but enough survived so the Allies used it for housing. Then it was repaired and returned to its old job, whcih was probably a relief. Scrapped in 1953; another ship bears the name today.