Nice drawing! The glazed part of the superstructures is amazing, 5 stories high! May I ask what is the little "beak" (my appologies for lacking the correct terminology) in the stern, just under the water line? Thanks and cheers!
I suspect I know why 1143M used it. From what I know, correct me if i'm wrong, that beack is the ducks tail. This feature is used extensively in cruise ships to reduce pitch motion. Rounded sterns, like those found on ocean liners, streamline and make the vessel more efficient my making water "think" like the vessel is longer than it actually is, therefore reducing the turbulence and allowing higher speeds.