Product images of 'Bolton', port stern quarter
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'Bolton', port stern quarter
Scale: 1:32. A contemporary full hull plank on frame model of the yacht 'Bolton' circa 1709, built in the Navy Board style. The model is decked and includes a variety of fittings such as guns on wooden carriages, a large wooden windlass in the bow and a single stump mast. Measuring 53 feet along the deck and 14 feet in the beam, it had a tonnage of 42 and carried six 3-pounder guns. The style and workmanship of this model would suggest that it was made later than the launch of the actual vessel, probably when extensive repairs were carried out in 1763.
- Image reference: F2931-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London