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Waterline model; Miniature model
Scale: Unknown. A waterline model of a passenger vessel. The hull is painted white with green at the waterline and a fine green stripe just below deck level running the entire length of the vessel. The decks are a uniform cream with mid-grey cargo hatch covers. The foredeck includes anchor cable gear, a small hatch, a foremast rigged with two pairs of derricks. The forward cargo deck has a single large hatch. The main superstructure has a promenade. The boat deck has nine pairs of lifeboats on port and starboard sides, painted brown with grey covers stowed on davits. The forward part of the superstructure is terraced in profile with an enclosed bridge deck and pilot house above, painted brown and flanked by bridge wings. There are three funnels in line on B deck, painted yellow. Funnels one and two both have four ventilators, also painted yellow with red openings and funnel three has two ventilators. Between funnels two and three there is what appears to be a skylight and aft of funnel three there are a pair of derricks serving two small hatches. At the rear of the promenade deck there is a raised boat deck with a pair of lifeboats stowed on davits, their hulls painted brown. Between these boats there is a mainmast with a pair of derricks rigged to it. There is a shelter deck at the stern, above which are a pair of derricks serving two small hatches and what appears to be a secondary bridge house. On base of model "20".
Original size: 44 mm x 170 mm x 22 mm
- Image reference: L1593
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London