This extremely rare aircraft was commissioned by the Royal Danish Navy at Supermarine in Southampton, England in 1927. The plane did not live up to the specifications and its delivery was rejected. The aircraft was converted to a luxury 12-seat civil transport for the use of the Irish brewing magnate, Arthur Ernest Guinness, being renamed the Supermarine Solent.
There are extremely few photos of this plane, and most of them are now in my possession. Likewise is a 3-view, and I will in the coming months, attempt to build a model in scale 1:5.
Length: 50 ft 6 in (15.40 m)
Wingspan: 75 ft 0 in (22.86 m)
Height: 19 ft 6 in (5.94 m)
Wing area: 1,572 ft² (146 m²)
Empty weight: 10,619 lb (4,817 kg)
Loaded weight: 16,311 lb (7,399 kg)
Powerplant: 3× Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar IV 14-cylinder air cooled radial engine, 430 hp (321 kW) each
Maximum speed: 99 kn (113.5 mph, 183 km/h) at sea level
Stall speed: 56 kn (64 mph, 103 km/h)
Range: 557 nmi (640 mi, 1,030 km) Reconnaissance
Service ceiling: 10,920 ft (3,328 m)
Rate of climb: 607 ft/min (3.1 m/s)
Wing loading: 10.4 lb/ft² (50.7 kg/m²)
Power/mass: 0.079 hp/lb (130 W/kg)
Guns: 2 × .303 in (7.7 mm) machine guns
Bombs: 2 × 1,534 lb (700 kg) torpedoes
Probably a bit late, but there are Nanok drawings in the RAF Museum archives, as well as in the Danish National archives.
I have been to the Danish National Archives and did not find any drawings. Are you sure? I think I have scanned all the aircraft drawings they have.