Recognition Journal, Volume 14 No. 4 April 1959

m in im ........i n n m > H e r e a r e t h r e e s h i p s : two are Passenger Liners and one— the smallest— is a Packet. Their names are Pretoria Castle, M aid o f Orleans and Flandre— but they are not in that order. The Flandre is 600 feet long, and any one of her lifeboats is thirty feet long; now work out the answers to the following questions. 1. Which picture is that of the Flandre1 . 2. How long are the other ships, and which is which? Here’s one way to tackle it: with a piece of paper and a pencil, plot the length of a lifeboat abreast the funnel into the distance funnel-top to water level; then,plot that distance into the vessel’s length— but in the case of the Packet take a lifeboat as being about twenty-five feet. Try this for A p r il 1959 86
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