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 brick red at the bow and stern waterlines and a fine white stripe at main deck level running the entire length of the vessel. The decks are painted a uniform off-white with mid-grey cargo hatch covers. The long foredeck has four cargo hatches in line with a derrick foremast between the first two hatches and a second derrick mast between the other pair. There are two raised decks. The raised deck between the second and third hatches has an open bridge deck flanked by bridge wings and a pair of lifeboats stowed on davits. The send raised deck between the third and fourth hatches has a pair of lifeboats stowed on davits. The main superstructure incorporates is placed amidships and has two promenade decks running its entire length. The main boat deck has three pairs of lifeboats stowed on davits between which is a single funnel painted buff with a black top. Clustered around the funnel are four buff coloured ventilators. At the stern of this deck there is a derrick mast that serves one of the two hatches on the aft cargo deck. There is a raised boat deck on the aft cargo deck with two lifeboats stowed on davits and between them a pair of derricks. There is a raised poop deck with a pair of lifeboats stowed on davits and between them a derrick mast deck. On base of model '81'.
Original size: 33 mm x 132 mm x 16 mm
- Image reference: L1743
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London