The lower level contains four staterooms (two with queen-size berths, one double berth, and one with twin berths). One queen berth room has an in-suite head, and a large head also serves the forward three staterooms. The master stateroom is on the main level, having a queen-size berth. There is a futon couch in the lounge area, which also converts to a double bed. A pilot berth also exists in the pilot house for crew use. The ship’s crew consists of a captain, ship’s engineer, and one crewman.
The pilot house and Portuguese bridge floor is 15 feet off the water and is quite comfortable for viewing. The top of the pilot house is 24 feet above the water. Incorporated on the pilot house roof, below the radar arch, is the equivalent of a small tuna tower/crow’s nest seating area for safe viewing atop the pilot house.
The lounge area houses a quasi-office area on the starboard side where the sat phone is situated, and a computer and color printer/scanner/copier are also available.