Freedom's Song 90

In this rough sketch of the interior you will see, from forward, double chain lockers right up in the eyes of the ship. There is a fully watertight bulkhead aft of this.  Next aft there is a cabin used for crew's quarters.  It is shown with over and under berths for four.  However I personally would convert the lower berths to settees and put a small head between the berths at the forward end.  A wash basin would be against the aft bulkhead to one side of the ladder. Again there is a fully watertight bulkhead at the end end of this compartment.  From here aft to the main saloon there are 10 double staterooms, each of which has a head with shower and a wash basin.  Pipe berths can be rigged above the double berths if accommodation for a young child is needed.  There are also four alcove berths in the saloon, where older children or singles can be accommodated.  At the aft end of the area containing the double staterooms there is another watertight bulkhead.  The main saloon is devoted largely to a several tables and the accompanying settees, which allow the maximum number of people to sit down together at one time.  The galley and the cook's quarters are just aft of the saloon  The cook's quarters contains a double berth and its own head and shower.  Should the captain and cook be a married couple this cabin would be available for another pair of passengers.  Aft of the galley there is another full watertight bulkhead aft of which is the master's quarters with a large navigation area to port and lounging settee aft of it and a pilot berth outboard.  To starboard is a double berth with a settee berth below it.  Forward of the double there is a head.  All in all this is a much more luxurious interior for both passengers and crew than is usually seen and we feel that Freedom's Song could command a premium fee from passengers.

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