Here’s a little inside look at our favorite ship in Salem! You can read all about her here. There are wonderful ranger guided tours, but, since we have our own ranger we like to stop in and look around once in awhile.
The rigging is amazing. The ship’s crew spends countless hours working on this.CargoImagine sleeping here..More cargo and maybe a sail?Counter space and a cute pie..The view from the deck
Another outside view, looking forward (I believe there’s a nautical term for “forward”)…
The captains quarters was closed for repair. I’ll try to get some shots there sometime soon. I could have taken a photo of the steering wheel ..I think that there may also be a nautical term for “steering wheel”, please feel free to chime in and correct me…
Sometimes I can’t believe that this is where we live, work and play. What a lucky family I have.
Ha ha ha! LOL! I’m sure it’s not a steering wheel but that’s what I’d call it too!!! What an amazing ship – it certainly looks well loved 🙂
LOL, what else could it be? I’m sure someone reading this will know PJ! Friendship is well loved, she was gone for several months this year for repairs and people really missed seeing the ship in the harbor.