Ahmida Civiltech takes the comfort and security of customers quite seriously, and works to provide commuters and travelers with a comfortable ride. While the crew of the ship are confined to more efficient rooms, passengers are allowed spacious sleeping areas with traditional and often hand-detailed furniture or decorative goods. Ahmida's room design is still somewhat plain, with rounded plas panneling covered in a thin layer of shiny, impact absorbent foam. Furnishings include two king-sized beds, a large viewscreen built into the wall opposite the headboards and storage space built into the walls flanking the beds.
All passenger quarters also feature a bathroom with a sink, shower/bath setup and a toilet, all of which are recycled through the ship's BHS. The toiletries provided are all biodegradable and non-toxic, and tend to come in neutral or universally liked flavors or scents.
Vessels outfitted to be recreational cruise liners are often outfitted with custom furniture and other amenities that go beyond the basic quarters provided here. A luxury suite might only have a bed with a handmade wood and plas frame and complementary food and drink included in a refrigerator or pantry, but otherwise be the same 5 x 6 x 2.5 meter room.