Hopefully this is permitted here... I'm currently working on a story, part of which is set on a large luxury yacht, circa mid 1980's. Said yacht is owned or leased by a very wealthy drug lord, who currently has two captives he is holding on the yacht. My thought is that they are otherwise alone in the tender bay, left handcuffed to something (support beam? shelving unit?) Does this seem reasonable? If so, what else would be in the tender bay? When one of my hostages escapes, might he be able to find a tool box or the like where he could get a good sized wrench to use as a weapon? Also, from what I can see, the usual crew on a yacht like this would be about eight crew members. Where would they be located? What would they be doing? Would some be "on duty" while others were sleeping? This would probably be in an around 10 pm to midnight time frame. Specifically, while the yacht was out to sea (and under power) who would be on the bridge? Would there be more than one person there? Would there be anyone in the engine room? Thanks so much!