Digital full-size plans on Cd Scale 1:72  Passenger ferry M.V. SCILLONIAN Suitable for radio control
Digital full-size plans on Cd Scale 1:72  Passenger ferry M.V. SCILLONIAN Suitable for radio control
Digital full-size plans on Cd Scale 1:72  Passenger ferry M.V. SCILLONIAN Suitable for radio control
Digital full-size plans on Cd Scale 1:72  Passenger ferry M.V. SCILLONIAN Suitable for radio control
Digital full-size plans on Cd Scale 1:72  Passenger ferry M.V. SCILLONIAN Suitable for radio control
Digital full-size plans on Cd Scale 1:72  Passenger ferry M.V. SCILLONIAN Suitable for radio control

Digital full-size plans on Cd Scale 1:72 Passenger ferry M.V. SCILLONIAN Suitable for radio control

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Digital full-size plans on Cd

Not a printed plan and no material supplied

M.V. SCILLONIAN

Passenger ferry

Digital Full-Size Plan prints on a sheet 36” x 24” on 20lb bond

NO building notes except those on plan for builders with some experience

Digital Files are TIFF, JPEG and PDF

Printing………..MAY BE DONE AT A COPY HOUSE

 …………………………ALSO INCLUDED INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRINTING AT HOME

Scale 1:72                        

Length 34 3/4”

Beam 5”

Suitable for radio control

   Scillonian (2) was built by J I Thornycroft, and entered service in March 1956. She replaced the original Scillonian (1) of 1926. Scillonian (2) was 208ft long, 921 gross tons and was powered by two Rustion diesels which gave a speed of 15.5 knots. She carried 500 passengers and 14 crew.

   Scillonian (2) operated between the Isles of Scilly and Penzance, although she sometimes diverted to Falmouth or St Ives in bad weather. Scillonian (2) was replaced by Scillonian III in 1977, and was sold to P&A Campbell as the joining the Balmoral. In her first season Devonia deputised for Balmoral on the Bristol Channel, and ran on the Thames, still with her white hull. Campbells hoped to use her freight capacity to serve Lundy Island in the Bristol Channel, work eventually taken over by the Oldenburg, but this did not transpire. Over the winter of 1977/1978, Devonia was chartered for oil rig ferry work at Loch Kishorn, before returning to the Bristol Channel in April, by then in full Campbell colours. She was laid up in Bristol late 1978. P&A Campbell ceased operations in 1980.

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