North Atlantic Track Agreement
The North Atlantic Track Agreement was an agreement in November 1898 among thirteen passenger steamship companies to use a set series of trans-Atlantic routes that stretched from the northeast of North America to western Europe for the Atlantic crossing. Following the tracks was recommended but not compulsory.
- 9 British - White Star Line,
- 1 American
- 1 Belgian
- 1 French
- 1 Dutch
- "Steamer Routes Changed.; Transatlantic Liners to Run a Degree South of Last Year's Course.". New York Times. January 9, 1913. p. 4. Retrieved 2009-06-18.
- ""Empress of Australia" (ROUTE).". Hansard. 347. 17 May 1939.
- "The World's Transportation". World Economic Geography. Taylor & Francis. c. 1963. p. 608.
- McDowell, Carl E.; Cochrane, E. L.; Gibbs, Helen M. (1999). Ocean Transportation. Beard Books. p. 432. ISBN 1-893122-45-X. Retrieved 2008-06-18.