Crew accommodations vary greatly between the various ranks onboard the dauntless. The most humble of quarters would lodge the unskilled Æther sailors. These tars are housed six to a room, which they share with their messmates. To observe the proprieties each is segregated by gender. The rooms themselves include two stacks of three bunks set into the sidewalls. Each tar is allocated two drawers of storage space for their meager possessions. The lavatory is shared by it's occupants and includes multiple basins and commodes. These common quarters tend to be festooned with crude, but picturesque swag and embellishment.
Tars with occupational specialties may rate a cabin with only 3 to 4 occupants. This provides more personal space and some modicum of privacy. Warrant officers share a double cabin with semi private sleeping arrangements. Each warrant would have a closet and separate desk for the writing of duty logs and reports.
Ensigns, the lowest rank of officer, are also doubled up in a common suite, although each ensign enjoys a private bedroom. Officer's quarters are richly appointed with wall treatments and fine furniture. Lieutenants are assigned private staterooms were they are allowed to personalize the décor to suit themselves. Lt. Commanders or command staff grade officers occupy a suit of rooms usually including a personal office, setting room or study, bed room and walk-in closet & storage area. These quarters may be elaborately decorated according to the tastes of their tenant. At this level of rank the quarters include a personal Automat or food refabricator allowing the officers to dine in if desired.
The Captains quarters occupy the entire forward section of deck two. Because the captain may need to entertain within his private quarters his residence includes a dining room, a parlor, offices for himself and a yeoman/secretary, a library/study, a small gymnasium, etcetera. The entire suite of rooms is luxuriously appointed and fastidiously maintained by the captain's personal steward. It is important to mention that the captain's galley is the only kitchen onboard that serves authentic foodstuffs as opposed to refabricated food. Dinning at the captain's table is a not only an honor but a delight to the pallet that is highly treasured by any crewmember.