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. Italian coming shortly. We seek help with other languages spoken in NYC. 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