Product images of Cargo vessel; Container ship
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Cargo vessel; Container ship
Scale: Unknown. A waterline model of a cargo vessel. The hull is painted black with green at the waterline and white bulwarks. On port and starboard broadsides, in white lettering: 'CP Ships'. The decks are painted dark grey with brown hatch covers. The foredeck has a single foremast. The main deck has a number of twenty foot containers stowed on it, all painted grey. The layout of the containers is symmetrical. The first row has two individual containers; the second row has two groups of three containers. The next three rows: each has eight containers. The last three rows: each has eights containers in two stacks. The superstructure is placed at the stern, painted white and has a slightly convex front, vertical face. There is a wide bridge in the upper deck flanked by a pair of bridge wings. On the roof of the bridge, there is a radar mast and behind it, a single funnel, painted in two shades of green with a white stylised 'C'. There are two lifeboats stowed on davits. On base of model: "381".
Original size: 42 mm x 142 mm x 22 mm
- Image reference: L1879
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London