Sorry. I have searched my files but it appears I have only been doing tow related surveys on the Fairmount tugs. Lots of pictures from the bridge, deck and engine room, but none of the accommodations:
As far as I can remember the accommodations were of good European standard, for a total of 36 pers., with a regular marine crew of 12 in 6 x single cabins, 3 x double cabins according to specs. (24 Riding crew in 4-men cabins)
If you have read anything of what I have written you should know that is not the case. On the contrary.
I still remember vividly coming on board my first American flag OSV as Navigator and being assigned an upper bunk in a tiny cabin with steel bunks and lockers, painted bulkheads with no panelling and no port hole. A hole had been cut through the bulkhead to fit an A/C window unit, which was blowing directly at my bunk. Galley and mess room combined and wooden benches to sit on quickly changed any illusion I may have had about American high standard.
Present owner Boskalis is changing the name of all their vessel to Boka xxxxx. I know the F.Sherpa have changed, not sure about the rest of the former Fairmount fleet.