Tour of the ship MARY A. WHALEN
A downloadable pdf version of the guide to THE MARY A. WHALEN is available in English, French, German, Spanish
- We know there is a whole world of languages, these are just the translations we have so far. If you know another language and are willing to do a translation for us please let us know! We are also looking for someone to do an American Sign Language video tour of the ship for us. Reach us at email@example.com
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A – Tankermen's Cabin (2 bunks)
B – Mate's Cabin + one (2 bunks).
C – Cook & Able Bodied Seaman's Cabin
(Spaces B+C were combined into one office space by the last owner and are now main PortSide office space)
D – Fidley, a space over an engine or boiler
E – Paint & Gyro Compass locker (now electrical locker)
F – Officer’s Head (“head” is the maritime word for both bathroom and toilet)
G – Galley, the name for the kitchen on a ship.
H – Crew’s Head (“head” is the maritime word for both the bathroom and a toilet)
I – Assistant Engineer + one crew member's cabin. (This was converted to an office space by last owner and is office of our President)
J – Engineer's cabin