Trimline shares 12 months of transformation highlights

UK interior refit firm takes a retrospective look at its recent passenger ship projects 

Trimline shares 12 months of transformation highlights
Trimline led refurbishments onboard three P&O Australia vessels, including this bar area

By Rebecca Lambert |

This article was first published in the Autumn/Winter 2017 issue of Cruise & Ferry Interiors. All information was correct at the time of printing, but may since have changed.

This year has seen Trimline working on a variety of dry dock and in-service projects for many of the world’s cruise and ferry operators. Clients including TUI Thomson Cruises, Cunard Line, Windstar Cruises, Holland America Line, Crystal Cruises, Carnival Australia, Disney Cruise Line and Seabourn Cruise Line, Wightlink, Red Funnel and Isle of Man Steam Packet have benefitted from the refurbishment specialist’s quality workmanship. Here are some highlights of the year so far.

Trimline’s dedication to quality craftsmanship resulted in it transforming a trio of vessels for P&O Australia. Early this year, Trimline delivered a stunning finish during the multi-million-pound interior transformation of Pacific Dawn – and was subsequently awarded the multi-million-pound refurbishments of both Pacific Explorer and Pacific Eden. These refurbished ships now celebrate modern Australia and feature the new look and feel which has been so popular on P&O’s latest ships, Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden.

During a six-week refurbishment in Cadiz, Trimline transformed the interior of Royal Caribbean’s Legend of the Seas into Thomson Cruises’ newest ship TUI Discovery 2, sister ship to TUI Discovery, which Trimline transformed last year. In a similar way to TUI Discovery, TUI Discovery 2 was given a new contemporary style of interior with a number of areas being transformed, most notably the Live Room entertainment space, which is the ship’s focal hub.

Trimline routinely maintains the Seabourn fleet and works closely with the ultra-luxury brand during refits. In the spring, the company completed an intense five-day refurbishment of the Seabourn Odyssey in Genoa. To ensure the six-star standards are maintained, Trimline’s experienced teams worked split shifts to refurbish 229 cabins, 58 bathrooms, the Colonnade restaurant, as well as general updating throughout the ship.

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