Here is a pencil drawing I did of the SS Europa
(not the German liner of 1929). She is designed to be the ideal ocean liner, combining speed, luxury, and size. She is based heavily off of the Normandie, but with an elongated hull, modernized counter stern (like that of the France
of 1962) and clipper bow, and raised funnels like those of the SS Liberté
was built for the fictional, Hamburg based, German shipping line, Deutsch Transatlantischen Express, in 1930 at the Blohm und Voss shipyards in Hamburg. The hull is made of welded steel, while the superstructure and funnels are made of aluminum to cut down on tonnage. The picture quality is pretty bad but you should be able to see her sleek lines and get a general sense of her appearance.
Her specifications are as follows:
1,200 feet long
125 feet in beam
100,000 Gross Registered Tons
40.38 knots in speed trials
28-30 knots service speed
2,172 passengers in First Class, Cabin Class, and Tourist Class
If you want any other specs, just tell me in a comment.
I have also done several other drawings of the same style of other ocean liners, both real and never built.