Product images of 'Prince', port broadside
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'Prince', port broadside
Scale: unknown. A contemporary full hull plank on frame model of a small sailing craft, 'Prince' (circa 1830), fitted with a square sail on a revolving mast. The model was probably made to accompany a patent application for a concept where a small craft to be sailed with a square sail that would capture more wind without 'dipping' the yard around the bottom of the mast when going about or tacking.
- Image reference: F5869-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London