0one's Blueprints: Pirate Ship PDF
“Say, old boy, why ships do not sail through these islands?”
The Pirate Ship Blueprint presents a detailed pirate ship you can easily use in any fantasy campaign setting. You'll find floor plans for all of the main decks plus a side view and a cross section.
The uppermost level of the ship shows two castles: the forecastle and the poop deck, where the wheel is located. The main deck features two lifeboats and the main cabins. The captain’s cabin, along with the first officer’s, is placed just under the poop deck. The captain’s cabin is by far the biggest and most luxurious cabin on the ship; it features a four-poster bed, a dining table, and a desk. Under the forecastle we find the crew bedroom, the kitchen, the cookhouse, the larder and the boatswain cabin.
Going further down we find the main hold level. In this hold are stored the common tools of the seas such as sails, ropes, anchors, wood for repairs, and a small workroom. Under this level is the bilge, which usually is used for storage of food, wine and spirits, and the like. The captain usually keeps the keys to this deck.
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