The middle tire was the last deck stair treads over the waterline, exactly 75 cm to the waterline midship. It was also the first deck from the keel, which had the full length of the ship. The height of the E-tire was 2.85 meters, which was the second-lowest tire height. Against the ridge, there were beside the storage and living rooms for firemen, also a chain room. This chain went over three making stair treads out of 2×12 height; from the tire deck to the F deck. Then came the 3-class cabins and at the opposite end, that is, at the back end, they had the same cabins. Just before the cabins were in 3rd grade, the 2nd class had their cabins; 20 pieces with a total of 64 beds.
Midtskip’s third class had their dining room. The saloon was actually divided into two when a waterproof shot here. However, it was not the passengers’ big genes as a stairway from the E composite stair stringers shared the passengers into the two premises. It was of course also here, a little more suspicion that the galleys were, as well as the accompanying stirrings (pantry).
In addition to the above, there were also rooms for the crew, especially those who had the machines to do. The Trex stair treads were only three tires from the tank top, where machines and boilers stood, so engineers did not have far to their workplace.