Product images of Passenger vessel; Ferry
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Passenger vessel; Ferry
Scale: Unknown. Waterline model of a passenger ferry. The hull is painted blue with brick-red at the waterline and white upper parts. The decks are painted a uniform cream. There is a wave deflector and hatch cover on the foredeck. The superstructure is painted white and there is a bridge house at the font of the upper deck flanked by bridge wings. After the bridge house, there is a radio mast. There are a pair of lifeboats either side of the forward radio mast and on the promenade deck, there are a further six lifeboats, all on davits, with grey tops. There is a single funnel, painted red, with the 'Sealink' logo in white on either side, and a black top. Accommodation is indicated by two groups of portholes on port and starboard superstructure arranged on a single deck. There is a secondary radio mast towards the stern of the ship. There is a vehicle ramp cut into the stern of the vessel. The number on the base of the model is obscured.
Original size: 22 mm x 97 mm x 15 mm
- Image reference: L1883
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London