Here's one that should be familiar to most Disney fans near the West Coast.
This is the Sailing Ship Columbia!
Below deck is a pseudo-museum of sorts. The ship is based on the Columbia Rediviva, the first American ship to circumnavigate the globe.
Here's where the crew might have slept. (At most the crew could have been about 30 people...still, not much room on the ship!)
Here are some tools a ship's carpenter might use, which of course makes me think of Aridin. The corkscrew thing is an auger. The thing to the right is almost certainly a brace, a tool still used today (precursor to a modern electric drill). Btusdin has a great picture, and Musings from the Workbench has great photos of old-fashioned tools as well, including a brace. I suspect those peg-looking things are chisels, but it's hard to tell in photographs.
It is rather small below decks.
While The Healer and the Pirate is set in a world more like medieval or early Renaissance times, the ships are closer to this 1700s ships...you know, grand age of piracy and all. In fact, in the show Fantasmic! the Columbia gets transformed into a pirate ship.
I have a lot more pictures on my personal blog, and might put up some more at the end of the month.
Come back next week to see pictures of another ship!