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THE MUSEUM SHIP NORGOMA

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LIfE AS A CREW MEMBER

 

Stewardess

The Crew included stewardess and Stewards

 

The number of crew varied but at peak was around 40. Originally accommodation for most of the crew was on he Main Deck.

There were three cabins in the aft section for 3 Firemen and 3 Oilers two cabins Midship for the Chief and 2nd Engineers.

Four cabins in the forward section for 6 waiters, 6 porters, 9 deck hands plus spares.

 

Captain

Captains cabin viewing the work area

On the Bridge deck there were cabins for the Captain, 1st Mate, 3 wheelhouse men, the 2nd Mate and the bosun.

Six other crew cabins were on the B (Promenade) deck. These were for the Purser, the Steward, the 3rd Mate, two stewardesses and 4 cooks.

Crew Dining Room

Crew's dining Area

The crew had a small mess (dining area) located behind the galley. The aft section of this deck was also restricted for crew only and allowed them access to all decks.

When the ship was refitted as a car ferry, all the cabins on the main deck, between the fore and aft winches, were removed and the crew members were provided cabins in the renovated aft section of the Boat deck.

Click to See deck plans

Next: The Norgoma as a Car Ferry

 

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