Of the three ships of the Olympic Class only the R.M.S. Olympic carried on making the Atlantic crossing for 24 years. Her sister ships the R.M.S. Titanic and H.M.H.S. Britannic sank in 1912 and 1916. The Olympic went into history as the "Old Reliable". Commissioned in June 1911 with a tonnage of 45,324 GRT, in 1935 after the merger of White Star Line and Cunard she was scrapped. During the First World War she served as a troop transporter, was then converted from coal to oil fired and during one Atlantic crossing she even withstood a monster wave. The model kit shows the Olympic after her completion in 1911. After the Titaniccatastrophe more lifeboats were taken on board, which visibly altered the silhouette of the Olympic. In addition she was given an internal double hull. Until the completion of the Titanic her first built sister ship the Olympic was the largest ship in the world.