The Spray’s hull is an exact replica of Joshua Slocum’s original Spray but her interior is different. There is a large settee which doubles as a berth to starboard and a smaller one to port just forward of the galley. Forward from there is a wood stove, head to starboard, and a cabin with a berth to port (I’ve been using that cabin for storage and sleeping on the starboard settee).There is a bulkhead forward of the head and large storage area. I've been living aboard her for the past four summers ’nd I've found her to be very comfortable. The hull is massively built with oak planking on alternating steam bent and sawn oak frames. The fastenings are iron spikes. She was refastened about 10 years ago from the waterline down. I took the engine out last summer but the engine beds and shaft log are still there if you wanted to put a new one in. I took it out in order to make more room in the head and I've been using a yawl boat when I needed a push. The sails are made from Oceanious sailcloth and are in great condition. Both the running rigging and galvanized standing rigging are in good shape as well.