The small ship M/V David B carries eight passengers in comfort and style. Below decks she has eight feet of standing head room with ample fresh air from skylights and port holes. Each of her four cabins comfortably sleeps two. The Chinook, Coho, and Sockeye staterooms have queen-sized beds, and the Keta is set up with two extra-long twin bunks. All of the David B’s cabins have a private head (toilet and sink). Up forward, the there is a shared head with a full-size cast iron bathtub with shower, and fireplace along with a sink and toilet.
Again and again passengers on the David B rave about the comfort of the cabins and give us high marks for “nap-a-bility” especially when the boat is underway. The heart-beat like sound of the David B’s engine that resonates through the boat’s timbers, creates a womb like feeling that makes day-time naps aboard the David B so wonderful.
At night, when the engine is off and we’re anchored, a bath with a glass of wine next to the fire is the perfect thing to unwind before comfortable night’s sleep.