Product images of Passenger/cargo vessel;Ferry
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Scale: Unknown. Waterline model of a passenger ferry. The hull is painted blue with brick-red at the waterline, a narrow white stripe above that runs the entire length of the hull and white upper parts. The decks are painted a uniform olive-green. The foredeck is complete with a grey covered cargo hatch, anchor windlass and two white hinges for operating the bow door. The superstructure is painted white and has a low profile. The bridge house is in the centre of the upper deck, flanked by bridge wings and there is a radar mast on top of it. Four pairs of lifeboats are stowed on davits on the promenade deck and at the stern of this deck there are five rows of white coloured benches with a central aisle running down the middle. The funnel is positioned amidships, painted red with a white 'Sealink' logo on either side and a black top. Towards the stern, is a pair of large circular ventilators for the car deck and a vehicle ramp right at the stern. The number "438" is written on the underside of the hull.
Original size: 28 mm x 158 mm x 26 mm
- Image reference: L1882
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London