Stormworks: Build and Rescue

Stormworks: Build and Rescue

43 ratings
RMS Nederland
Vehicles: Delivery, Creative
Missions: Large Boat, Spawner
Environment Mods: Environment Mod
Tags: v1.3.8
File Size
183.369 MB
Oct 28, 2021 @ 4:26am
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RMS Nederland

This model MUST have infinite electricity to work
This spawns at the LARGE OIL RIG
This was made using General Arrangement plans
And this is her story:
The SS 469 was laid down in 1914 for the Red Star Line. She was intended to be a running mate/half sister to SS 391, which entered service in 1923. SS 391 was named the RMS Belgenland, and SS 469 was named RMS Nederland. Sadly, due to the outbreak of war and Red Star Line suspending operations while their home port (Antwerp) was raided. RMS Belgenland entered service as a troop and cargo ship with 2 funnels, 1 deck superstructure and 3 masts as SS Belgic. Once war ended, she was completed as intended and was scrapped in 1936. Nederland however was put on hold. Due to her massive size, she suffered the same fate as the RMS Ceric of 1913. The RMS Nederland was cancelled, just like White Star Line's Ceric. Her keel was broken up, and some of it used in Altergrove airport. Thanks to NMNI (and jjblocks2000 for informing me plans of her existed), I have purchased partial plans for the RMS Nederland and done to the best of my abilities to finish her to give her the
life she deserved and lacked for 107 years.

This is based on what happened to the Belgenland, and is just a what if she was finished:
The RMS Nederland was laid down in 1914 for the Red Star Line, and was launched September 29th 1922. She was outfitted and sailed on her sea trials on July 1923, with her maiden voyage taking place on August 3rd 1923. She joined her running mate Belgenland in her services and had a calm life. She did cruises around the world and was an extremely popular vessel with the American and European public. By 1929, the Great Depression had kicked in and both Nederland and Belgenland were terribly effected. Nederland would be laid up for a year, before resuming service cruising in the 1930 summer. She never sailed a transatlantic voyage again, and was painted white to be more economical, but profits drained by 1937 and she was laid up one more time before being sold for scrap in 1938.

Credit to:
Liam Sharpe for providing help with this vessel, most noticeably creating the giant gantry davits
Charlie for uploading this due to an issue where I am unable to upload missions
JJBlocks for informing me that plans exist, where they were and some interior references.
karenpeuteman May 13 @ 8:31am 
antwerp is in belgium not holland
Alex1889  [author] Jun 13, 2022 @ 9:05am 
@PirateAstronaut yep, on the helm h
PirateAstronaut Jun 12, 2022 @ 2:32pm 
Can this ship sink? If not add a sink button!
Alex1889  [author] Jun 8, 2022 @ 10:32am 
~Charlie~  [author] Jun 7, 2022 @ 2:39pm 
Oh this isnt my build, I only uploaded it for Alex, I just know about its construction so answered stuff for him h
BrandonBDG67 Jun 7, 2022 @ 12:06pm 
Of course. I'm also curious as to what else you have worked on. It appears you have three other builds?
~Charlie~  [author] Jun 7, 2022 @ 7:55am 
Yes, cant just make up rooms on the ship, so it was just made with rooms that were most likely to have been on the ship.
BrandonBDG67 Jun 6, 2022 @ 8:46pm 
Then quality over quantity?
~Charlie~  [author] Jun 6, 2022 @ 8:35am 
Not much interior you can do on a ship that was never built
BrandonBDG67 Jun 5, 2022 @ 10:01pm 
Just okay. I'm rating this ship 6/10 because the interior is severely lacking. The interior is what makes a great ship great. In this case, there was an attempt but it needs to be scrapped and reworked. Keep working, you'll do great things!! Sincerely, Brandon