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Main data original Model 1: 100
Length over all: 88.92 m 88.92 cm
Width on frames: 11.90 m 11.90 cm
Draft max .: 5.57 m 5.57 cm
Weight: 4060 t 4.06 kg
Speed: 11 kn 0.056 m / s

A speed of 0.566 m / s should be selected for the same wave pattern.

The plan set consists of 2 sheets and shows the port and starboard side views, deck views and the line plan. The frame crack is shown on a DIN A4 sheet. Details (HNA standards) can be ordered from the publisher. Request via eMail. The shipyard's general plan was available for drawing up the plan. The line plan has been reconstructed.

Las Palmas

SKU: 1031
  • The LAS PALMAS was delivered to the Oldenburg Portugiesische Dampfschiffs Rhederei, Hamburg, at the Koch shipyard in Lübeck in 1911 and was used on the route to Portugal and Spain. In 1919 the ship was taken over by the Shipping Controller and in 1921 it was sold to Ellerman Wilson and renamed CARLO. In 1939 the CARLO was sold to the Royal Navy and used as an ammunition hulk. 1951 demolished in Port Glasgow

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