'Tina Onassis'; Cargo vessel; Oil tanker by Howard Kennard

'Tina Onassis'; Cargo vessel; Oil tanker

Howard Kennard

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'Tina Onassis'; Cargo vessel; Oil tanker

Scale: Unknown. A model of the 'Tina Onassis' made entirely of wood with metal fittings, painted in realistic colours with painted and drawn fittings and details. The hull is painted white with red at the waterline and white painted upper works and superstructure. The decks are unpainted. The long foredeck incorporates a pair of masts painted yellow. The forward superstructure incorporates the pilot house, a pair of lifeboats, bridge wings and a single mast. The main deck has a pair of masts. The aft superstructure has a promenade, a single funnel painted red with a black top and a round roundel and two lifeboats. Vessel details are inscribed on the underside of the hull.
Sir Howard Kennard

  • Image reference: L4162

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