Sail room

(Naut.) a room in a vessel where sails are stowed when not in use.

See also: Sail

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
There was the sail room (full of sails) at the other.
Florence Regan, the only female in the picture, and Thomas Watts, second from the right in the second row, met in the Liverpool sail room of Stuart & Douglas, where they made the coal bags for the Titanic.
A&P Tees will carry out extensive steel renewals throughout the ship, including building support structures around the 30 metre-high forward mast and installing a new sail room tank top.
The vessel will have a new sail room tank top installed, which first requires the careful dismantling and removal of generators, sewage tanks, water purification equipment, pump filters and electrical switchboards, just to reach it to do the work.