Product images of Passenger vessel
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Scale: Unknown. A waterline model of a passenger vessel. The hull is painted black with brick red at the waterline and a fine white stripe above that runs the entire length of the hull, and white upper parts. The hull also has a rubbing strake running its length. The decks are pale cream colour. The foredeck is largely devoid of fittings apart from anchor cable gear and a hatch cover, painted light grey. The superstructure is painted white with a convex front elevation, and the accommodation is shown by groups of portholes arranged over two decks. There is an open bridge deck that opens out into a pair of bridge wings, in the centre of which is a pilot house. Atop the pilot house is a radar gantry and abaft of it, a radio mast. There are eight lifeboats on the boat deck arranged in two rows, port and starboard. Between them is a single funnel, painted ochre with a black top. To the rear of the boat deck is a second radio mast. The main passenger deck, situated aft, contains what appears to be a number of benches and the deck has two wide, rectangular entry ports into the vessel. There are similar entry ports on the aft deck. On base of model "426".
Original size: 27 mm x 92 mm x 15 mm
- Image reference: L1885
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London