Clan Ross
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About the model
Clan Line Passenger/Cargo Liner.
Prototype history [click]
Our model of the CLAN ROSS is of a Clan Line passenger/cargo liner built be Greenock Shipbuilding Co, (later Scott Lithgow) at Port Glasgow in 1954. One of a large series of ships, CLAN ROSS traded under Clan Lines colours until 1965 when she was transferred to the Clan & Union Castle Line. She was eventually disposed of to Chinese interests in 1972. Very typical of many ships of her day CLAN ROSS was an attractive and well balanced vessel of the traditional three island design, with graceful lines, lots of cargo handling gear and large distinctively capped funnel. Two later ships Clan MacIndoe and Clan MacIlwrath had the whole superstructure moved right aft giving a totally different outline.
Our beautifully moulded large hull features portholes, hull trimline and waterline detail moulded in to assist builders. Supplied complete with very detailed plans drawn for us by MARBETH DESIGNS, this superb hull is ideal for R/C and can be powered with electric motor or a steam plant, with a hull of such high volume there is room for many extra features can be fitted such as electric lights, engine sound, horn, anchors etc.
CLAN ROSS is an excellent subject for the merchant ship lover, the basic hull is of course perfect for conversion to other Clan Line ships, or even liners and merchant vessels of other lines.
Model specifications [click]
Clan Ross, Cargo liner

Hull: 1562mm
Hull: 61.75 inch
Beam: 8.5 inch

Scale: 1:96

Price: �£118.00 plus P&P
What's in the kit [click]
Hull and plan
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