DD Experience for Gerolamo Scorza
The Bow Lounge onboard Seabourn Pursuit
Italy-based firm Gerolamo Scorza, part of the GIN Holdings group, has outfitted several public areas and the stairwells onboard Seabourn’s newest ship Seabourn Pursuit, which is due to set sail for the first time in August 2023.
The firm outfitted the main dining room, Grand Salon, Expedition Lounge, Bow Lounge, medical centre, spa and mud room onboard the ship.
As Seabourn Pursuit is an expedition cruise ship and guests will be filling their days with adventure, it is important for there to be spaces where they can relax during their downtime.
“We combine traditional craftmanship with modern production methods which allows us to create the finest spaces where passengers can get maximum comfort,” says Isadora Cordazzo, administrative and technical officer at Gerolamo Scorza. “Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy a refined standard of relaxation designed using innovative solutions.”
Cordazzo excited for guests to see the Expedition Lounge on deck four. “It has a very cosy and unique atmosphere, and it will be a very pleasing area to welcome guests to,” she says. “It is stunningly presented in the style of a mountain lodge, with green-shaded small tables and armchairs that add to the ambience and call back to the principle of discovery.”
According to Cordazzo, Gerolamo Scorza’s commitment to delivering high-quality work, and the skills and expertise of its team members, were key to its success during the project.
“The business has been investing in the improvement of its machinery and equipment for several years,” says Cordazzo. “Empowering our internal production put us firmly on the map, and our highly qualified team prove their skills by selecting the finest materials and manufacturing customised and unique products with proved long-lasting durability. Our team members are truly the key to our success.”
This article was first published in the 2023 issue of Cruise & Ferry Interiors. All information was correct at the time of printing, but may since have changed. Subscribe to Cruise & Ferry Interiors for FREE here to get the next issue delivered directly to your inbox or your door.