Executing an interior design studio or cruise line’s vision is what interior outfitters do best – whether that involves creating and fitting new interiors, providing a refurbishment service, or transforming existing spaces into something else entirely. At Cruise Ship Interiors Expo Europe, we are proud to be hosting some of the world’s most established interior outfitters under one roof at the Fira Barcelona Gran Via on 4-5 December 2019.
In celebration of the fantastic interior outfitters participating in our event, we’re sharing three of the most interesting case studies from across the past year. Plus, don’t miss out on your chance to meet with Europe’s best interior outfitting firms at Cruise Ship Interiors Expo Europe. Registration is now open – claim your free Super Early Bird pass now!
In this feature we hear from three interior outfitting firms: Trimline, whose experience and innovation spans more than 54 years in the industry; MJM Marine, a specialist in refurbishment, refit and fit-out services to the marine market; and Hysea, which specialises in newbuilds of cruise lines, yachts and even military vessels.
You might wonder why cruise lines choose interior outfitters, as opposed to going direct to the supplier. Interior outfitters specialise in the whole process, providing turnkey solutions from start to finish. With the help of an interior outfitter, cruise lines are able to complete large projects in the quick turnaround time they require. Interior outfitters provide the highly flexible, motivated, and qualified teams that cruise lines so sorely need when completing a major fitout.