Trimline has upgraded the interiors onboard the DFDS D-Class ships

Trimline has upgraded the interiors onboard the DFDS D-Class ships

Interior design firm worked with SMC Design to give the ships a fresh look

Author: Lindsay James/Friday, August 9, 2019/Categories: Report, Onboard experience

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This article was first published in the 2019 issue of Cruise & Ferry Interiors. All information was correct at the time of printing, but may since have changed.

Trimline was recently contracted to complete the three-year upgrade programme of all public spaces on the DFDS D-Class ships.

Phase one has just been completed in Dunkirk. Here, Trimline worked closely with SMC Design to give the ships a fresh new look. 

“We completely refurbished everything aft of and adjacent to the shops on both port and starboard sides,” said Neil Quinlan, Trimline key account manager. “This included seating areas, port and starboard serveries, flooring and toilets. The finished look and feel of these areas is instantly impressive – they are now bright, modern spaces that reflect the DFDS brand image.

“We look forward to the continued upgrading of public spaces in the 2020 winter refit season.”

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