Product images of Passenger/cargo vessel
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Scale: Unknown. A waterline model of a possible cargo vessel. The hull is painted black with brick red at the waterline and a fine white stripe below the gunwale running the entire length of the hull. The cargo decks are painted sand brown, the passenger decks are pale buff and the upper deck is pale grey. The foredeck has a wave deflector protecting the single cargo hatch aft of it. The forward well deck has a single large cargo hatch served by a derrick mast forward and a pair of derricks aft. These derricks also serve the small cargo hatch on the cargo deck aft of the well deck. The superstructure is placed amidships and painted white. There are open promenades on the first two decks, the lower one for crew, and the upper one for passengers. The boat deck above has four lifeboats stowed on davits on each of the port and starboard sides, their covers painted light grey. There are port and starboard navigation lights on either side forward of the boat deck. The bridge on the upper deck has an open forward section. Aft of the bridge are a number of brown-painted ventilators clustered around the single funnel, which is painted black with narrow horizontal stripes of alternating white and red. There are a total of three white, and two red, stripes. There is a cargo hatch on the aft section of the passenger promenade deck, served by a pair of derricks. Aft of this deck is the aft well deck, with a large single hatch. The aft deck has a derrick mast forward, and a small cargo hatch aft of it. There is a nest of four boats clustered around a raised secondary bridge (one boat detached). On base of model "36" (deleted).
Original size: 40 mm x 170 mm x 20 mm
- Image reference: L1878
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London