Cruise & Ferry Interiors 2022

9 Design perspectives 94 Exploration, nature and luxury: Jean-Michel Wilmotte and Mathieu Petiteau discuss the design considerations for Ponant’s Le Commandant Charcot 98 Supporting small artists: Nichola Absalom from Scenic Luxury Cruises & Tours shares how artwork enhances interior decor schemes 100 A unique and fun experience: Carnival Cruise Line’s Ben Clement considers functionality, aesthetics and customer enjoyment when designing every space on ships Interior commentaries 110 Evolving to meet expectations: Yohandel Ruiz from Studio DADO explains the importance of clever interiors now that cruising is back 112 Dining in style: M Studio’s Alan McVitty explains why interior designs for onboard dining venues must combine functionality with aesthetic appeal 113 Sustainability is the new luxury: Mark Henderson of Magicman explains how waste can be eliminated by repairing surfaces onboard ships 114 Adieu Crystal: Garroni Design’s Vittorio Garroni reflects on Crystal Cruises and its influence on cruise ship interior design CONTENTS 114 102 94 110 102 A journey of culinary exploration: Adam Sachs explains how a global decor scheme strengthens Silversea Cruises’ immersive S.A.L.T. culinary programme on its Muse-class ships 104 Capitalising on a captain’s expertise: EYOS Expeditions’ Ben Lyons details what factors must be considered when creating expedition cruise ships 106 A floating home in India: Assam Bengal Navigation’s Antara Phookan shares how she designs interiors to reflect the culture of those living along the Ganges and the Brahmaputra Rivers in India