Other changes, which will also be enjoyed by the 63 crew (plus a dozen or so Special Forces troops, when needed), include improvements for better living conditions. A cruise ship specialist worked on crew comfort, so the lighting is better, each person has their own bunk instead of swapping out, and there are six showers to share instead of three. Plus, cooks will bake bread on board, and limited wine will be served on special occasions. One thing hasn't changed: limited access to the outside world. Crew can send and receive a one-page-length email, vetted by the Navy, every two weeks.