Lines and profile plan for Royal Caroline (1750)
875 x 336 mm
Scale 1:48. A drawing of the Royal yacht 'Royal Caroline' (1750) showing sheer lines with inboard detail, body plan with stern board, and longitudinal half-breadth, with the following inscriptions in pencil:
-'This drawing represents the yacht built in 1749 afterwards (1761) renamed Royal Charlotte C.K.'
-'Royal Caroline...in 1700 repaired in 1733 not from this draught One built in room of this in 1749 and her name altered to Royal Charlotte in 1761 Taken to pieces in 1830'
-'R Caroline 1749 renamed R Charlotte 1761 broken up 1820'
Original dimensions: 336 mm x 875 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © National Maritime Museum
- Image reference: J9506
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