Product images of 'Miss Betty', port stern quarter waterline
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'Miss Betty', port stern quarter waterline
Scale: 1:8. A contemporary builder's design block model of the racing hydroplane 'Miss Betty' of 1924. The model is decked and equipped with a steering wheel, rudder, propeller and a club racing pennant flying from the flagstaff on the stern. The hull is complete with its racing insignia of 'ZK2' on the port hull and 'Z2' on the starboard hull which denotes the class (Z) and the international racing letter of the UK.
Camper & Nicholsons Ltd.
- Image reference: F2886-3
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London