ALMACO Group has been modernizing cruise ship interiors since 1998, covering all areas from Passenger and Crew Cabins, Public Spaces, through all catering areas including Galleys, Provision Stores and Refrigeration Machinery. In 2015, ALMACO has delivered and will continue to deliver refits in all these areas to owners around the world, showcasing ALMACO’s breadth of expertise and capabilities.
Starting with the modernization of the O’Sheehan’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill galley onboard Norwegian Star, then upgrading over 1,200 m2 of public areas on Stena Alegra, and adding 17 new crew cabins to Quantum of the Seas and Anthem on the Seas, ALMACO was able to complete these back-to-back projects that took place both in shipyards and during sailing thanks to the team’s flexibility and commitment to excellence.
The year started with ALMACO modernizing the galley of the O’Sheehan’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill onboard Norwegian Cruise Line’s Norwegian Star at Vigor Shipyard in Portland, Oregon, USA. The project involved stainless steel works, galley equipment installation and commissioning, electrical and piping work.
Björn Stenwall, ALMACO’s President of the Marine Division, stated,
ALMACO’s long track record in delivering galleys to newbuilds, including Norwegian’s Breakaway class, along with the company’s expertise in modernizations, framed a project delivery that although involved many vendor interfaces and challenges, was successful thanks to the team’s flexibility and ability to adapt.
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