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Pinnace, starboard stern quarter
Scale: 1:24. Full hull design model of a ship's pinnace (circa 1838), built plank on frame in clinker fashion. One of a set of ten boat designs (SLR0768-SLR0777) proposed by Sir William Symonds, Surveyor of the Navy, to be carried by a first-rate man-of-war. Built in the Georgian style, the hull is mounted on turned wooden pillars above a beaded wooden baseboard on which is the number '2' on a paper label. Another loose paper label reads 'Boat barge 1838-12 32ft For Man-of-war First rate 1838 - by Symonds 1/2 scale 5" Length 17" Beam excluding rudder'. The hull is complete with six thwarts, bottom boards, seating in the stern sheets, and a rudder fitted with a tiller.
- Image reference: E9006-235
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London