Cruise & Ferry Interiors 2022

3 0 CFI CURATED Everything is launching at CSI Elite Exhibitions details what guests can expect from Cruise Ship Interiors Expo America in June, including its new Product Launches and Sustainability routes Cruise Ship Interiors Expo America (CSI), which will be held in Miami, Florida, on 7-8 June 2022, is highlighting the innovations and fresh ideas that suppliers bring to the cruise ship interiors supply chain. This year, CSI has introduced new Product Launches and Sustainability routes to guide visitors around the exhibition hall. The exhibitors featured on these routes will showcase some of 2022’s standout releases and their most innovative and necessary sustainable products. Over half of the suppliers that have been interviewed said that they have developed new products within the last two years. Many of these suppliers have not only created new product lines but have also entered into new areas of the industry, resulting in a market that is bustling with product launches and leaps in innovation. Visitors looking for interior furniture will find something for every ship area at CSI. Those looking for a fresh take on vintage modern should stop by AirNova, which has released a new Brera Collection consisting of a sofa and a family of armchairs. The design mixes structural metal tubing with luxe velvet, leather or cloth upholstering. The geometric design is a tribute to the past, interpreted through a modern concept of artisan comfort. Sekers Fabrics will be launching four new International Maritime Organization-certified fabric collections to the cruise ship interiors industry at CSI. Buyers feeling inspired by the Miami setting will want to check out Deco Six, a woven fabric for curtains, bedding and accessories that is inspired by the Florida city’s art deco architecture. Sekers will also be featuring samples from its new opulent velvet upholstery Varna, the mature cut pile velvet Soho, and the plush, stain-resistant polyester velvet Toledo A. There will be plenty of excitement to be found at Dynamic Attractions’ booth, where the company will be launching its new line of customised attractions, including the Dynamic Compact Flying Theatre. These attractions are designed to provide peak performance to the sometimes limited space onboard a Viewpoint: Abigail McMahon Sekers Fabrics will exhibit at CSI, showcasing its new IMO-certified fabric collections that can be used for upholstery