Product images of SS 'Britannia'
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'The Cunard Royal Mail steamship Britannia (John Hewitt Commander) as she appeared leaving her dock at East Boston, February 3d, 1844, bound from Boston to Liverpool, a canal having been cut in the ice 7 miles long and 100 feet wide'. This is the ship on which Dickens went to America in 1842, as recounted in his 'Amer-can Notes'. NMM has the silver wine set (by Lows, Ball of Boston), presented by the passengers to her commander, John Hewitt, at the end of that stormy voyage.
Original size: 289 mm x 453 mm
- Image reference: PY0228
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London