The stern bar will be decorated with contemporary wooden furniture (Image: Oliver Design)
Spain-based naval design and architecture firm Oliver Design has created the interiors for Ville De Teror, Trasmediterránea’s new 1,500-passenger ferry.
Oliver Design has spent five months creating concept and component drawings for multiple venues onboard the vessel. They include the guest cabins, reception and customs area, shops, self-service food-lounge, a creche, seating areas, a bar and café with an indoor section and an outdoor zone complete with swimming pool and two glazed side galleries leading to the VIP zone.
Each area will have an “attractive modern look” and its own “distinct character”. Cabins and VIP areas will be decorated with a combination of wooden surfaces and stainless-steel accessories. Meanwhile, all rest areas have been divided into smaller and more intimate spaces with panoramic windows. Lighting will be provided by both embedded LED fittings and decorative lamps.
Named in honour of the town of Teror on Gran Canaria, the 139-metre-long Villa de Teror was built at the Factorías Vulcano shipyard in Pontevedra, Spain and can accommodate 1,500 passengers and 450 vehicles (600 lane metres of cargo). The ferry has been constructed to meet the latest environmental and energy-efficiency specifications governing emissions and water treatment.
Ville de Teror will begin service “shortly” on the route between Motril in Spain and the cities of Nador and Al Hoceima in Morocco.
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