RUNIC RUNIC Add to My Archive Modify Page Content Ship Details Rig Steel Twin Screw Four Mast Steamer, 641 nhp Built 1900 Built In Belfast Tonnage 12,420g 8,102n Built By Harland & Wolff, Ld. Dimensions 550.2 x 63.3 x 39.9 Demise White Star Line, reg. Liverpool VoyagesView Full List 11 November 1914 ➜ 27 December 1914 RUNIC Liverpool 3 June 1914 ➜ 14 July 1914 RUNIC Liverpool 8 January 1914 ➜ 20 February 1914 RUNIC Liverpool 31 May 1912 ➜ 13 July 1912 RUNIC Liverpool 16 November 1910 ➜ 27 December 1910 RUNIC Liverpool Media RUNIC RUNIC RUNIC RUNIC Upload Media Comment My grandmother sailed from Helen Miller (not verified) on Sun, 2020-03-22 16:12 My grandmother sailed from Capetown around 1901 to Melbourne on the SS Runic. I can find evidence of her returning on this ship in 1902 (where her 14month old daughter died on board), but not of her leaving Capetown. Can you help please. reply Sorry didn't mention that my Helen Miller (not verified) on Sun, 2020-03-22 16:15 Sorry didn't mention that my grandmother's name was Annastasia Michelson and the children's names were Andrew (aged 2) and Ada Helene (under 1). Travelling from Capetown to Melbourne on SS Runic sometime in 1901. reply I have a transcript of a David Lee (not verified) on Tue, 2021-03-09 22:18 I have a transcript of a Diary my grandfather kept on his voyage ahead of his family to Australia. 1 June 1912 to Melbourne 16 July 1912. Very interesting reading. reply Your Stories Your name * E-mail * Post your story * Submit Leave this field blank Share this Page Share this ship with your friends and followers online.