fourth the complement. Provide 15 ft2 (gross area)
b. Seating to be planned for 40 percent of the
complement. Eating area to be planned at 10 ft2
for each seat.
per seat. Four-person tables to be used
c. Each serving line to serve 600 persons an hour
a. Laundry --Provide for 18 pounds per week
and 150 seats to meet this rate. Adjustments to
per person in complement, using a central service.
this criterion will be based on total complement
b. Barber Shop - 1 chair for every 200 persons.
and eating schedule.
c. Retail Store (ships store) --Provide facility.
d. Scraping stations to be provided.
d. Brig --Provide a room with a three-tier berth,
e. Criteria for United States Navy ships 300 ft
to 600 ft to be utilized for detail requirements.
a lavatory, and a watercloset. A shower stall to be
provided outside this room.
f. Food preparation areas to be consistent with
the food supply.
B-5. Recreation areas.
Naval Ship Systems Command Habitability
a. Motion Pictures --Utilize
b. Library--Provide 1 1/2 books per person and 1
U.S. Navy Shipboard Furniture Catalog,
linear ft of shelving per five persons. Shelves to be
installed in recreation room.
CSGN Habitability Study, 1 October 1976.
c. Recreation Rooms --Provide seats for one-