See the entire online archive at http://library.mysticseaport.org/initiative/morgan.cfm
My tour included visits to the main deck, Captain’s quarters, blubber room (pictured, where barrels of whale oil would have been stored), and the iron tryworks (where oil was rendered from blubber). It’s hard to imagine being at sea on a ship like this for years at a time. Short people definitely had an advantage. The final photo is a shot from the top of the Bunker Hill Monument, where you can see the Morgan and USS Constitution moored at the Charlestown Navy Yard.
The Charles W. Morgan is the last remaining vessel in the once prolific Yankee whaling fleet. During her 38th voyage, she is stopping at historic ports in New England, including Boston (via the Charlestown Navy Yard). The dockside exhibits, all fantastic, include an [to scale] inflatable sperm whale, demonstrations of barrel-making and coppersmith, coloring, sailor tattoos, and lots of history. The Morgan usually resides in Mystic, CT.
Map and b&w photo by Mystic Seaport