Seabourn Odyssey's Colonnade Restaurant was refurbished (Image: Trimline)
Marine interior specialist Trimline has completed a five-day refurbishment of Seabourn Cruise Line’s Seabourn Odyssey in Genoa, Italy.
During the project, a team of 170 tradespeople from Trimline worked a split shift to deliver the project on time and carried out general upgrades throughout the ship. The team also refurbished 229 cabins, 58 bathrooms and the Colonnade Restaurant, and replaced 4 kilometres of alleyway skirting.
“In order to complete the works in just five days, meticulous planning both at Trimline and with the client ahead of time was vital,” said Simon Dawkins, Trimline’s key account manager for Seabourn. “It was then down to the skill of our team of tradespeople, who worked around the clock to deliver the high-quality product that Trimline has delivered throughout its 52-year heritage.”
Trimline routinely works with Seabourn to ensure its fleet is well maintained.
“The Odyssey drydock was very challenging with the short timing of five full days with not much space onboard for container loads, but the team at Trimline did a great job with the organisation, cleanliness and quality to the Seabourn brand,” said Linh Nguyen, senior interior operations specialist for Holland America Group. “The outcome was well accepted by all.”
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