Sleeping rooms located on either side of the cabin. Each stateroom had an inner door leading to the cabin, and a window and outer door opening up to the boiler deck balcony. Staterooms were small with nothing more in them than a bunk bed and a wash stand and chair. Some staterooms could be enlarged by removing an interior bulkhead. The term "stateroom" supposedly is derived from the habit of naming each room after a state rather than assigning a number to it.

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