Sea Level Marine Completes Majesty of the Seas Project

Tuesday, April 24, 2007
Miami-based Sea Level Marine, full-service marine refurbishment contractor, completed the renovation of the Boleros mid-ship lounge and Casino Royale aboard the Majesty of the Seas. The project was completed in 22 days, and ahead of schedule, during dry-dock in Freeport, Grand Bahama. For the Majesty renovation, the Sea Level team led an experienced crew of more than 60 craftsmen and technicians in transforming the Majesty's mid-ship Boleros Lounge and Casino Royale. The Boleros project involved revitalizing the room's finishes and furnishings to create the vessel’s new signature Latin theme nightclub. A full service bar recessed into the deck acts as the centerpiece of the new design. Built with stainless catering equipment from SeaKing, the bar's polished granite, mahogany millwork, and back-lit onyx face set the mood for the room. Casino revitalization included redesigned slot bases and all new gaming tables as well as a complete refit of the casino's bar, cash cage and perimeter finishes. Feature ceilings and lighting over the gaming tables and pit area complete Casino Royale's updated look.

Following on the heels of the successful Majesty of the Seas project, Sea Level was recently awarded the contract to execute the renovation of the Gift Shops on Celebrity's Constellation during its 19-day dry-dock in Brest, France in May.

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