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A 1/1250 scale metal waterline model of Orcades in her later years in the later livery of P & O who had taken over the Orient Line. Because Oriana and Canberra had entered service, Orcades and her sister-ship Oronsay were given white hulls from 1964 onwards and had lost their mail ship designation of RMS. This model is by Albatros SM number AL260A.
P&O Orient-Lines passenger ship; built by Harland & Wolff, 1957-1961, the largest passenger ship ever built that was not intended for the North Atlantic liner service. 249.9 x31.1m, 45.270BRT, max 27.5 kn, turbine drive via 2 screws. Used in the liner service GB-Australia. All year round from 1974 as a cruise ship.