Three sheets detailing the inboard profile, outboard profile, and the deck view for the ocean liner the UNITED STATES built by the Newport News ...
Vessel plan detailing profile, hull lines, and color scheme for the bulk freighter WILFRED SYKES built by the American Shipbuilding Company in 1949.
Outboard profile and capacity plan for the Steamer WILFRED SYKES built in 1949 by the American Shipbuilding Company.
A plan illustrating the different details of ONOKO's sail plan, deck layout as originally built by the Globe Iron Works in 1882.
A look at the car ferry CHIPPEWA's mid-ship section built-in 1900. Plans are drawn by Lee & Brinton Inc. for the Puget Sound Navigation Company.
Inboard profile and hull lines copied onto a mylar sheet depicting the SUPERIOR City built-in 1898 by the Cleveland Shipbuilding Company.
Outboard profile details for Barkentine JAMES F. JOY, built-in 1866 by Stewart McDonald.
Stern line of the steamship MATAAFA built by the Cleveland Shipbuilding Company in 1899. Unknown source.
Drawn by Nexus Plan Service including four sheets of the warship H.M.S. VICTORY. The four plans illustrate the deck plans, body plans, outboard ...
Longitudinal section and deck plan for a proposed reconstruction by the Great Laked Engineering Works dated 1944. The drawing shows the starboard ...
Marine Steel & Welding Company plan for conversion of an Automobile Carrier to incorporate a flight deck drafted in 1957.
Proposed ferry steamer by Great Lakes Engineering Works detailing general arrangement, profile, deck, and cross-section. The plans are dated 1913.
Two sheets detailing the outboard profile and the other sheet showing the deck view and arrangement for the tug DOLOMITE which was built under the ...
Plan drawn by G.F. Campbell detailing the general arrangement for the tea clipper CUTTY SARK as it was built in 1870.
Sail plan for tea clipper CUTTY SARK with an unknown date of publication. Drawn by G.F. Campbell detailing sail plan, lifeboats, and rigging.
General arrangement and hull surface details for Chris Craft model 730 by Palazzolo for H. Jewett and C.M. Pesta.
General arrangement plan detailing the tug BAYFIELD's deck, body, pilothouse, and outboard profile.