A distant starboard beam view of a Yeungkong fisher type junk under sail in Sai Wan Bay off Lyemun, Hong Kong
A distant starboard broadside view of a Yeungkong fisher type junk under sail in Sai Wan Bay off Lyemun, Hong Kong. She has single lug sails set on three masts. In the left background is the Japanese passenger liner Asama Maru (1929) aground awaiting refloating. She was blown aground during a hurricane on 2 September 1937 and was refloated in March 1938 after much material, including two of her four main engine, had been removed. Waters Collection: HNC0410
Object number: P34068
Artist: David Watkin Waters
Dimensions: 463 mm x 447 mm
- Image reference: P34068
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Waters Collection
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