We'd stopped to see what was happening in Ancud, the town at the northern end of Chiloe island and down by the waterfront came across a maritime museum. Sadly it was closed but this was visible through the fence. I've no idea as to what or why but she'd be 80 ft, and I suspect typical of a type which would have serviced the coastline in this area. She's a big heavy lump of a ship, cargo carried in a midship hold and on deck, she's no cruise liner but has a certain elegance.
She'd be built in very much the same manner as the ones in the boatyard and the bow end of her is much the same shape and style as the big motor fishing vessels, just the stern being straightened and squared off to cope with the higher speeds given by the big diesel engine.