The Bebop was a converted interplanetary fishing trawler owned and captained by Jet Black. It was the primary residence and transport for a crew that consists of Jet, Spike Spiegel, Faye Valentine, Edward, and Ein. The ship traveled throughout the Solar System to places such as Mars, Tijuana, Ganymede, Venus, and Earth.
A Ganymede rock lobster was left in a fridge in the attic for too long, causing an unknown creature to gradually subdue the crew. The ship was put on autopilot, destined for Mars, while Spike took the creature on.
The ship was around 142m long / 69.2m wide / 45.6m high, weighing 1567 tons.
The Bridge features a helm and a navigational console. The navigational console seems much more modern than the technology we usually see in the Bebop. For example, the console is a big touch screen like a tablet.
This is where the crew watches Big Shot, does research, eats their meals or just hangs out. The furniture consists of a couch, a table and a chair. The fridge here is available to everyone.
This room is mostly only used by Jet, unless Spike and Faye use it as a smoking zone when sensible guests are on board. The kitchen has its own fridge for cooking ingredients and the like. Jet prepares his famous Bell Peppers and Beef here.
Jet cares for his bonsai trees here. It also has a little desk, an intercom, an analogue clock and a little screen. This may lead to the conclusion that these were the captain's quarters when the Bebop was a fishing vessel.
Faye has her bed and (later in the series) video equipment to watch Betamax videos here.
We only see Spike servicing his weapons in this room, but it's probable that this room is used by other crew members as well.
This area is connected to the runway of the Bebop and contains the zipcrafts of the crew.
Except an old fridge Spike brought here, it's not explained what exactly is stored in this room. Maybe it's even cargo that Jet bought with the Bebop since he lost "everything" (except the Bebop) while gambling with Faye, but didn't get anything from this room.
The voice of the ship was played by Kaoru Morota (Japanese) in Toys In The Attic.