Next Gen Vessel Refurbishment

Few interior areas are subject to as much tear and wear as the spaces onboard a cruise vessel, RoPax ferry or offshore accommodation areas. Up to thousands of people use the same spaces round the clock, seven days a week. This leads to even the most durable materials looking tired after several years in use, which can result in lower passenger and crew satisfaction. In today’s highly competitive market, even older vessels have to meet the expectations from passengers and crew and project the brand image in the same way as newbuildings.

Even though refurbishing large interior areas might seem like a mundane job just requiring some TLC, modern refurbishment project have more in common with high-end mass manufacturing than an image of a few guys in overalls splashing some paint around. Lean, standardized processes from the selection of materials to onboard logistics and workflows are the only way to execute demanding refurbishment processes that ensure on time delivery, long term durability and meet our customers’ expectations.

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  • Refurbishment of 255 cabins on three different decks
  • Refurbishment of 64 suites of which 52 were junior suites and 12 were gold suites located on decks seven and eight
  • The scope of work for both the suites and the cabins included new carpets, furniture, and fabrics, as well as electrical work and wall modifications
  • The 4-week-long drydock took place in Marseille, France when the ship was on drydock in November 2022
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  • Reconstruction and transformation of 80 single Norsok cabins into 40 standard 3-person cabins
  • The 21-day long demolition of the existing cabins took place during sailing from Aberdeen, UK to Las Palmas
  • The reconstruction work started in Las Palmas from January 19th to February 15th and continued during crossing to Brazil from mid-February to March 15, 2023
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Explorer Dream

  • Refurbishment of VIP galley, 530 existing cabins and construction of 22 new cabins and 2 suites
  • The project took place during sailing and in Sembawang Shipyard in Singapore in 2019