A sensational builder’s model of the ocean going steam tug, Coringa. Built by William Denny & Bros., Dumbarton, Scotland,7 17 Dec. 1913, for The British India & Queensland Agency Co. Ltd., Brisbane. Flag: Australia. Requisitioned by and sent to the UK in 1917 as a Royal Navy Rescue Tug. She was lost in the Atlantic on 23 June 1940. Single screw, with a steam main engine with 1481hp. She was 135’ L, 25’ B, and displaced 294 tons. This is a full hull model, presented in a mahogany and glass case measuring 43” x 14” x 22 ½”. The ship model measures 34” long.
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