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How to print ships profiles from Ships of
To print a ships profile from Ships of CalMac you first need to select the ship
you want, then click 'File' from the top left hand corner of your browser and
then print. It should open a box with options on it, you need to select 'Page
Setup' and then 'Landscape' you can then print the profile and it should come
on one page to make into a folder or just keep as is. If you want to save ink,
you can either print it out in black and white, or request a just text version
of the required ship of the entire fleet (see the Shop)
Histories can be printed out the same way.
Twin Screw Motor
Single Screw Steamer
Twin Screw Steamer
Double Screw Motor
Vessel (ie all double-ended craft - the Loch Class ferries.)
Five Propellers (ie KING EDWARD)
Triple Screw Motor
MacBrayne's affectionate name, known by locals and staff alike
Ships Of CalMac
What's all That
Engine Stuff Mean in the Ships Profiles?
What does the abbreviation of 2Oil4SCSA6Cy43/4"x6" mean!?
Well, lets take the case of the vessel Countess of Breadalbane:
Translates as 2 oil engines, 4-stroke cycle, single acting, 6 cylinders,
43/4" bore x 6"stroke.
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