Product images of 'Atlantis' (1913)
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Scale: 1:1200. The model is made entirely of wood with metal fittings and painted in realistic colours. The hull, upper works and superstructure are painted white with a red stripe at the waterline with a narrow yellow stripe above running the entire length of the hull. The foredeck fittings include a tall foremast with a yard and derrick boom, two derricks and a single cargo hatch. The small cargo deck accommodates a cargo hatch and two derricks. The large superstructure has a separate bridge and a pilot house with the flying bridge wings supported on slender columns. There are two open promenade decks and the boat deck above has fourteen lifeboats, stowed on davits, all painted white. Between the boats is a single raked funnel painted yellow. The shelter deck aft has a small raised deck above it accommodate the main mast, two derricks and two lifeboats stowed on davits. The aft deck has a further two derricks, a cargo hatch and a secondary bridge with bridge wings. There is an ensign staff at the stern. Label underneath reads 'Waterline model ships 'Atlantis' Scale 100 feet to 1 inch. Bassett-Lowke Northampton'.
Original size: 41 mm x 151 mm x 18 mm
- Image reference: L1739
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London