The Star of India, formerly known as the Euterpe, is an 1860s sailing ship, mostly used for immigrants.
I guess since they sometimes sail the ship, there were some anachronisms in the kitchen. I don't see any in the photo (except the sprinklers) but I noticed them in person!
I believe the kitchen was up on the deck, but then you go down to the exhibits.
Some of the cabins/etc. were set up like they were back in the day...like the Columbia at Disneyland!
Passenger cabin. (I sometimes take more clothes than that for a week vacation!)
Writing desk! I want one.
Dining area of some variety.
Ship's doctor's cabin...I love that he got a bonus for each healthy person who arrived...very sensible, IMO.
Captain's cabin. Looks kind of like something out of the Little House books if you ask me.
Trunk lid in an exhibit.
I walked past and thought it was a tiny corridor. Er, not quite.
Back up on deck!
The sun's setting so it's about time to be going. Let's take a look at the cruise ships heading out....
...and the moon above.
If you like ships at all and live within an 8 hour drive of San Diego, get over to the Maritime Museum!