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Manx Maid II Mounted Print

Manx Maid II Mounted Print

Author: Artist: Philip Welsh

Print Size: 39cm x 29cm / Overall Size with Mount 50cm x 39cm

35.00

Entitled "Diverted to Peel" this is the latest illustration in the Steam Packet series by artist Philip Welsh. It depicts the "Manx Maid II" arriving at Peel having been diverted from Douglas owing to severe easterly gales. This was a common practice when this combination of weather conditions occurred.

This Limited Edition Print of 30 is set into a cream card mount ready for framing.
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Ben-My-Chree VI Mounted Print

Ben-My-Chree VI Mounted Print

Author: Artist: Philip Welsh

Print Size: 38cm x 31cm / Overall Size with Mount 49cm x 41cm

35.00

This mounted print depicts the Ben-My-Chree VIs arrival in Douglas for the first time on 6th July 1998 as her predecessor, KIng Orry VI departs for Heysham.

This Steam Packet illustration by this serves as a tribute to the late Captain Vernon Kinley who brought the new Ben from her Dutch builders in Rotterdam and who sadly passed away a few weeks later.

Limited Edition Print of 20 is set into a cream card mount ready for framing.
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Lady of Mann II Mounted Print

Lady of Mann II Mounted Print

Author: Artist: Philip Welsh

Print Size: 43cm x 29cm / Overall Size with Mount 56cm x 42cm

35.00

TSMV "Lady of Mann"2 follows in the steps of her famous predecessor and at the time of her entry into service no one realised how much of a contribution she was to make to the history of the company, let alone the longevity of her operational service. She was soon to establish herself as a reliable, speedy vessel serving the Island and its routes with distinction, thereby creating a great following amongst the many enthusiasts of the company's ships.

This impression, captures her on her inaugural voyage from her builders at Troon to Douglas on 29th June 1976, being latest in the series featuring ships of the Isle of Man Steam Packet Co.Ltd.

Limited Edition Print of 50 is set into a cream card mount ready for framing.

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Snaefell 5 Mounted Print

Snaefell 5 Mounted Print

Author: Artist: Philip Welsh

Print Size: 42cm x 28cm / Overall Size with Mount 52cm x 40cm

35.00

Built by Cammell Laird Shipbuilders for the Steam Packet Company, the Snaefell 5 entered service in July 1948 and served with the company until 1977 before being scrapped the following year. The print depicts her on a typical arrival in Douglas during the Summer Season.

Print is set into a cream card mount ready for framing

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Ben-My-Chree V Mounted Print

Ben-My-Chree V Mounted Print

Author: Artist Philip Welsh

Print Size: 42cm x 35cm / Overall Size with Mount 51cm x 35cm

35.00

LIMITED EDITION NOW SOLD OUT.

Launched in 1966, the Ben-My-Chree V was the second passenger car ferry to be built for the Steam Packet Company. She operated on all the company's routes and was withdrawn from service in September 1984 although she briefly returned to service for two weeks in June 1985 to help with the TT sailings.


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Mona's Isle 3 Mounted Print

Mona's Isle 3 Mounted Print

Author: Artist: Philip Welsh

Print Size: 34cm x 27cm / Overall Size with Mount 52cm x 39cm

35.00

Built by Caird and Co of Greenock for the Steam Packet Company, the Paddle Steamer Mona's Isle 3 was launched in 1882 and served with the Steam Packet Company until being requisitioned by the Admiralty in 1915. In the print she is depicted departing Fleetwood. After the War she did not return to the Company and was scrapped in 1919.

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