Product images of Cargo vessel
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Scale: Unknown. A waterline model of a cargo vessel. The streamlined hull is painted pale grey, with a green stripe at the waterline and white upper parts. The cargo decks are dark grey with pale brown cargo hatch covers, while the bridge and superstructure decks are green. The elongated foredeck contains a single hatch forward served by a heavy lift derrick abaft of it. The main cargo deck has a total of six hatches, arranged in two rows of three, the centre ones being larger than the rest. Between the two rows of hatches, there is a large, prominent heavy lift derrick on a rectangular-shaped platform and, fore and aft of the hatches, two pairs of conventional derricks. The superstructure is placed towards the stern and painted white. At the front of the upper deck is a radar mast and aft of it a single funnel painted canary yellow. On either side of the funnel is a pair of lifeboats on davits. There is a further cargo hatch at the stern served by a pair of derricks. On base of model "376".
Original size: 36 mm x 135 mm x 15 mm
- Image reference: L1876
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London