Guests at the event in Barcelona will hear from many members of the marine interior community (Image: Fira Barcelona)
Many notable interior designers, suppliers and architects, outfitters and shipyards will be exhibiting at this year’s Cruise Ship Interiors Expo in Barcelona, Spain on 4-5 December.
Among those attending are: marine interior refit specialist Trimline, interior design firm SMC Design, flooring provider Bolidt and Magicman, which provides hard surface repairs and restoration.
In the month since the event was first announced, 70% of the exhibition stands have been reserved by companies such as Aros Marine, B2B Universal, Bez Marine Interiors, Pier Marine Interiors, Team Hoff, Shores Global and Deck-Rite Group.
Barcelona was chosen for the second edition of the Cruise Ship Interiors Expo due to its direct transport links, proximity to Europe’s major shipyards such as Fincantieri, Chantiers de l’Atlantique and Meyer Werft, and Europe’s booming cruise business.
“With the unprecedented support received ahead of Cruise Ship Interiors Expo Miami from the major cruise lines, it made sense to bring the event to one of Europe’s most culturally rich cities, Barcelona,” said Toby Walters, CEO of Cruise Ship Interiors Expo. “As Europe’s premier trade fair dedicated exclusively to the marine interiors community, Cruise Ship Interiors Expo Barcelona will provide delegates with two days of networking, conference sessions, and a soon-to-be sold out show floor.”
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