This question is regarding One Piece.
As I was going through the design of the Thousand Sunny on Wikia, I came across this image of The boys' room, which I've posted below:
As can be seen here, there are six hammocks in the image, verified by this link.
Suspended from the ceiling like wooden hammocks are three double-decker bunks, which the men sleep in.
It also adds that
Behind these bunks, at the back of the room, are six lockers where the men can store their clothes.
Since there are seven male members in the Straw Hat crew, there must be one person who doesn't get to sleep in a hammock and who doesn't have a locker. My question is, who is it?
- Sanji sleeping in the kitchen
I don't think Sanji sleeps in the kitchen, but there is a couch to the right here, does Sanji sleep there?
I think Sanji does have a locker to himself.
- Zoro sleeping in the crow's nest
The crow's nest seems to have wooden benches, but I doubt Zoro sleeps there.
I think Zoro has a locker to himself, too.
- Brook not sleeping
In an SBS question, Oda has said that Brook sleeps for five hours. This is the link. This link gives their sleep timings. So that eliminates the possibility that Brook doesn't sleep. Maybe he doesn't sleep in this room though?
I can't guess if he has a locker or not.
- Chopper sleeping on the bed in the Sick Bay
This seems like the most plausible solution, since Chopper considers the Sick Bay as his personal room, provided the bed isn't reserved for patients.
He might be the one who doesn't have a locker, since he can keep his stuff in the infirmary.
- One of them is on night watch, so there are enough hammocks for the rest
This is possible, but is it true? If it is, was there any rare occasion when none of them was on watch? I highly doubt it, but if the answer is yes, how did they sleep then?
Even if they did manage to sleep somehow (one of them on the floor, for example), there are still six lockers though, so who doesn't have a locker to himself?
The following image provides a pretty nice solution, but this is an image from when the Straw Hats were on the Going Merry. Do they use the same solution on the Thousand Sunny too?
A person who has seen the anime or read the manga, or done both, might probably know the answer. Any help is highly appreciated.
I apologize for the lengthy question. I haven't watched or read One Piece. I came across it about a month ago and it drew my attention greatly. My knowledge is mostly limited to the information I gained by reading the Wikipedia and Wikia pages of One Piece.