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A waterline model of a passenger vessel
Scale: Unknown. A waterline model of a passenger vessel. The hull is painted white with green at the waterline and a fine green stripe the entire length of the hull. The decks are painted pale buff with mid-grey cargo hatch covers. The forecastle includes anchor cable gear, a small hatch and a derrick foremast that has a navigation light attached to it near the top. The foredeck has a single large hatch. The long, low superstructure is placed amidships. The open pilot house is on the front of the upper deck. The boat deck has an unusual arrangement of boats. There are two transverse rows of six lifeboats, the forward row amidships and the rearward row at the aft end of the boat deck. Both rows have four launching cranes located at each corner of the row. Between these rows there are a further four pairs of lifeboats stowed on davits, on the port and starboard sides of the deck. This nest of lifeboats forms a rectangle around the second and third funnels. There are two smaller boats forward, stored either side of the first funnel. There are also a pair of boats stowed at the aft end of the promenade deck. All 24 lifeboats are painted white with pale grey tops. The upper deck is in three sections and each accommodates one of the three funnels, all painted pale yellow in Canadian Pacific house colours. All three funnels each have four ventilators clustered around them, painted pale yellow with red inserts. There is a large skylight between the second and third funnels. The shelter deck has a derrick mainmast serving a large hatch forward and a smaller hatch aft, located on the stern deck. There is a temporary bridge at the extreme stern. On base of model: '46'.
Original size: 45 mm x 167 mm x 20 mm
- Image reference: L1766
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London