Product images of Passenger/cargo vessel
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Scale: Unknown. A waterline model of a passenger/cargo vessel. The hull is painted black with green at the waterline and white bulwarks and upperparts. The decks are painted a uniform cream with mid-grey cargo hatch covers. The foredeck includes anchor cable gear, wave deflector, three hatches inline, a derrick foremast between the first and second hatches, and a pair of derricks with tall integrated ventilators between the second and third hatches. The main superstructure is place amidships and has two promenade decks running its entire length. There are six pairs of lifeboats stowed on davits on port and starboard sides and the rearmost three pairs have inflatable boats stowed beneath them. In addition the rearmost pair of lifeboats have two lifeboats stowed inboard directly on the deck. Between the lifeboats is a single funnel, painted pale yellow. An enclosed bridge house occupies the upper deck, flanked by open bridge wings that terminate in navigation light cabins. Atop the bridge house is an open look-out. The aft cargo deck has three hatches inline served by a derrick mainmast between the first and second hatches. On either side of the mainmast are a pair of small boats stowed on davits. Between the second and third hatches is a raised boat deck with a pair of lifeboats stowed on davits. Between these lifeboats is a pair of derricks with integrated ventilators. A raised boat deck at the stern has a pair of lifeboats stowed on davits and inflatable lifeboats stowed beneath them. Between the boats is a deckhouse with secondary bridge wings. On base of model: '145'.
Original size: 38 mm x 150 mm x 18 mm
- Image reference: L1742
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London