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Just to trow you a curve ball, There is a ceiling on a boat, it's spelling sealing, and is a surface , normaly wood that is fastened inside of the framing to seal the hull from shifting cargo.
A headliner is the material covering the overhead.
The benches in the cockpit are usualy called benches or seats not settees, those are inside.
The inside should be refered to as down below, or below decks, Unless you have more then one deck, in wich case, Its lower deck, upper deck, and top deck.
Just try to remember when your in a house, that someone on the second floor isn't , on deck
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