Celtic would suffer yet another U-boat attack. In March 1918, UB-77 torpedoed the liner in the Irish Sea. Six people on board Celtic were killed, but the indomitable liner remained afloat. Once again, Celtic was towed to Liverpool, where she was repaired.
Celtic remained in White Star Line service until she ran aground in 1928. She was scrapped in 1933.
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