My plans are of the follwoing
1. Baron Maclay / Baron Wemyss
2. Rockhampton Star
4. Port Nelson.
None of these vessels were HK vessels they were all on the Australia NZ UK runs
Ships most prolific in the 60s would have been Blue Funnel lines, Ben Lines, P&O, Probably APL, ( CNC (Swires) China Navigation)would have been prolific and as they are one of the few shipping companies still in operation and in HK they probably have retained all their plans as archives. You could also approach the HK Maritime Museum now in Central
It takes me about two to three years to make these models as I am currently still employed although now 65. The pleasure I get is enormous although they are no Argylshires by any stretch of the imagination but have a used look and are a bit like a vessel is when it is due to be scrapped...
Most ships you need to take a look back at their history and establish where they were built. Then approach local museums. The costs vary and can be anywhere between 200 USD and 500 USD depending on what you finally choose but I find the more plans I have the easier it is to construct/ Making the hull takes ages and lots of filler over the plank and fram. Getting the hull form right is exacting to say the least.
Patience is the essence. whereas I have no patience generally
When it comes to modeling I have it.