Terevau Piti and Eleanor Roosevelt will operate in Polynesia and the Mediterranean
Spanish firm Oliver Design has completed design and interior outfitting work for two ferries, Terevau Piti and Eleanor Roosevelt.
Terevau Piti has gone into operation in French Polynesia for operator SNGV 2 Moorea. The ro-pax ferry is 78 metres long and can accommodate 700 passengers. Olivier Design designed and outfitted the 2,000 square metres of interiors and exterior terraces in a nine-month project completed in March, with work carried out on spaces including the engine control room, an aft lounge, the VIP lounge and the crew’s mess.
Eleanor Roosevelt, meanwhile, has now entered service for Baleària on its route between the Spanish ports of Denia, Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca. It is the first fast ferry to be powered by natural gas engines and can accommodate up to 1,200 passengers. Olivier Design worked on designing and outfitting of 2,200 square metres of interiors over nine months at Astilleros Armón shipyard in Gijón, Spain. Work extended to the main crew and passenger quarters, a reception area, three large lounges and a VIP lounge, a self-service canteen, creche and a large terrace.
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