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CronosDarth avatar CronosDarth
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This is the SS Scotland, a conversion of the RMS Olympic done by me. This ship shows the things that could've been after the end of Olympic's career with the White Star Line. This conversion aims to depict the ship in service during the 1930s, which would see it going across the Mediterranean Sea and through the Suez Canal all the way to Australia. In doing so, SS Scotland would serve as a new running mate of the SS Greenland on the long and arduous route. Its interiors strive to be modern and luxurious by taking inspiration from contemporary Art-Déco designs and artwork.

I must add that the Scotland only makes the attempt to move in a historical context. In reality this ship wouldn't have been operated like this for long.

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NameRMS Olympic
Owner
Operator
Port of registryLondon
RouteSouthamptonCherbourg Gibraltar - Alexandria - Mumbai - Sydney
Ordered1907
BuilderCRONOS-Corp. - Shipyard
Cost$25 million (USD)
Yard number400
Laid down16 December 1908
Launched20 October 1910
Completed31 May 1911
Maiden voyage14 June 1911
In service14 June 1911
Out of service12 April 1935, refitted 1935
Identification
Nickname(s)
  • "The Ship Magnificent"[​1]
  • "The Old Reliable" (First World War)
  • "The Scotch"
Fatescrapped
General characteristics
Class and typeOlympic-class ocean liner
Tonnage45,324 gross register tons; 46,358 after 1913; 46,439 after 1920; 50,245 after 1935
Displacement58,067 tons
Length882 ft 9 in (269.1 m)[​2]
Beam92 ft 9 in (28.3 m)
Height175 ft (53.4 m) (keel to top of funnels)
Draught34 ft 7 in (10.5 m)
Decks10 decks (8 for passengers and 2 for crew)
Installed power24 double-ended (six furnace) and 5 single-ended (three furnace) Scotch boilers originally coal burning, later converted to oil fired in 1919. Two four-cylinder triple-expansion reciprocating engines each producing 25,000 hp for the two outboard wing propellers at 85 revolutions per minute. One low-pressure turbine producing 15,000 hp. Total 65,000 hp produced at maximum revolutions.[​4]
PropulsionTwo bronze three-bladed wing propellers. One bronze four-bladed centre propeller.
Speed
  • 21 knots (39 km/h; 24 mph) (service, 1911)
  • 23 knots (43 km/h; 26 mph) (service, 1933)[​3]
  • 27.81 knots (52 km/h; 32 mph) (maximum recorded speed)
Capacity2,335 passengers
Crew955
NotesLead ship of the Olympic Class ocean liners.

Creative Commons Lizenzvertrag
SS Scotland von CronosDarth ist lizenziert unter einer Creative Commons Namensnennung - Nicht kommerziell - Keine Bearbeitungen 4.0 International Lizenz.
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11/15/2021 3:09 pm
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chlebek
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piękny statek myślałeś kiedys może o budowę t.t.s stefan batory?
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11/14/2021 2:05 pm
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jood -alsafi-safiden
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fantastic
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11/13/2021 4:22 pm
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RavenVLemon
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Wow the amount of effort put into this entire project, from the build itself to the description!
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11/13/2021 5:27 am
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Varangadi1960
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I must say that it is impressive, good work.
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11/13/2021 1:42 pm
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CronosDarth
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thank you
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11/13/2021 1:47 am
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Fahrer323
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Wow, einfach nur Wow.

Verfolge dich seit Jahren und bin immer wieder begeistert. Hoffe noch auf viele weitere Jahre mit dir und deinen schönen Nachbauten von echten Schiffen sowie eigenen Entwürfen.
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11/13/2021 1:42 pm
Level 77 : Legendary Engineer
CronosDarth
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danke dir
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