Product images of Cargo vessel; Oil tanker
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Cargo vessel; Oil tanker
Scale: Unknown. A waterline model of a cargo vessel. The hull is painted grey, with brown service decks. The foredeck, upper decks and aft deck are painted a buff colour. Just forward of amidships is the main accommodation area, which is painted white and incorporates the bridge and boat deck with a pair of lifeboats. A pipeline runs longitudinally from the foredeck to the accommodation superstructure and through to the stern superstructure, and positioned on the decks just to starboard of the centreline. The pipeline is painted white and has numerous, smaller pipelines attached to it, painted grey. There are two tall masts, one aft of the foredeck and the other forward of the stern superstructure. The boat deck at the stern incorporates a nest of four lifeboats and, between them, are six ventilators, and a single funnel painted in broad res, green and black horizontal stripes separated by narrow white stripes (BP Shipping Company colours). On base of model "323".
Original size: 33 mm x 118 mm x 17 mm
- Image reference: L1848
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London