Sail plan (profile) for the Beyrut class design (1857), Turkish screw gun...
542 x 338 mm
Scale: 1:192. Plan showing sail plan (profile) for the Beyrut class design, a 174ft three-masted, two-funnelled Ottoman/Turkish screw gun vessel for the Black Sea. The foremast was square rigged and had a gaff, the main and mizzen masts were fore/aft rigged. However, the plan was cancelled and NPC9932 was the agreed 1858 version. 'Seddulbahir' (1859) and 'Beyrut' (1859) were built in Britain.Object number: NPC9933
Original dimensions: 338 mm x 542 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © National Maritime Museum
- Image reference: J9531
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