Lines plan for Royal Caroline (1750)
890 x 355 mm
Scale 1:48. A drawing of the Royal yacht 'Royal Caroline' (1750), dated August 1749 and showing sheer lines with inboard detail, stern board, and a plan of the upper deck. With the following inscriptions:
-'New ship in the room of the Royal Carolina Building at Deptford'
-'A copy of this draught was sent to the Master Shipwright at Deptford'
-'N.B. The knee of head was carried 6'' further forward in build and the holes lifted 5 inches'
-'R Caroline 1749 renamed R Charlotte 1761 broken up 1820'
Original dimensions: 355 mm x 890 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © National Maritime Museum
- Image reference: J9504
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