Proposal for a ocean liner made by A.C. Hardy, british architect, and Pierre de Malglaive, Representative of the French Line in London (c1937). It was proposed to be 1,300-ft long, have a speed of 37 knots and a capacity for 4.000 passengers (15% First Class and 85% Tourist). From: Scientific American. July, 1938.
A proposal made in 1939 to rebuild the Italian liner Roma (built in 1926), cancelled at the outbreak of the Second World War, the Roma was instead converted into an aircraft carrier named Aquila, but partially scuttled in 1945 after being taken over by the German occupation forces two years earlier, it was later scrapped in 1951-52.