A bird's-eye view of the Ice-breaker "Stettin" The engine-room skylight is situated between the two life-boats, and the hatch to the coal-bunker is between the skylight and funnel. Beside the funnel there are two wind-chutes to the boiler-room.
View of the bridge from the fore-deck The bridge of the ship is behind the upper row of windows. Above that -top left- is the specially powerful searchlight used when ice- breaking. Under the lower row of windows is a cargo derrick. On the left side, behind the grey-painted bulkhead, is the captain's cabin; on the right side, the salon.
Fore-deck of the "Stettin" as seen from the searchlight platform The anchor windlass is situated in front of the coil of red rope, and the gangway used by passengers is behind the rope. Behind the gangway, you see the hatch to the forward hold.
Coaling Ship Aft of the funnel is the hatch to the coal-bunker. On the left is the skylight to the engine-room, which is covered with tarpaulins and planks during coaling to prevent damaging it.
Anchor windlass To the right of the bollard, you see the windlass, which is driven -like all machinery on board- by a steam-engine. A steam winch is also on the after-deck