Interior Design

Green new-build wins GAC Group Chairman's Environment Award for GEMS

 The commitment of GAC Energy & Marine Services (GEMS) to sustainability when building its new purpose-built office and warehouse building in Houston, Texas, has

Slew of Newbuild Cruise Ships Choose Bolidt Decking

Bolidt Synthetic Products & Systems says it has booked orders for its decking products covering newbuildings for some of the highest profile cruise ship operators

SS United States: Leading Lady to Damsel in Distress

Once queen of the express liners, and the fastest, safest and biggest passenger liner in history, the SS United States today quietly awaits rescue from a pending cruise to the scrapyard.

Five Minutes With Tomas Tillberg

Modern cruise ships can cost upwards of a billion and built to last more than 25 years, so the platforms must be built for change, as evolving style & taste, material

Accommodation and Features are Key for Offshore Housing

Deepwater operations are increasingly demanding more personnel offshore, often for longer periods of time, placing a greater emphasis on crew accommodation. Now

Navigator of the Seas Gets Texas-Sized Makeover

Ship Features All-New WOWs, Including Royal Caribbean’s First-Ever Virtual Balconies, FlowRider Surf Simulator and New Dining Program.   Royal Caribbean International’s

CJR Propulsion Acquires Oval Stainless

CJR Propulsion announced the completion of an agreement to purchase all commercial assets and intellectual property from leading stainless steel fabricator, Oval Stainless.

MJM Group Buys Mivan

MJM Group Chairman Brian McConville announced that he has bought Mivan out of administration. Established in 1983 by the McConville family, MJM Group refurbishes Cruise Liners,

OWS First to Order New Damen Crew Vessel

Dutch company Offshore Wind Services B.V. (OWS), a specialist in providing crew transfer vessels to the offshore wind industry, is the first to order the next generation

MPE Helps on Stena Ferry Interior Refit

MPE Interiors has completed a contract for ferry operator Stena Line to deliver an extensive fit out on the Stena Adventurer vessel.   MPE carried out the refurbishment

WEBINAR: Laser Scanning Ships Helps Save Drydocking Time

What      WEBINAR: “Digitizing the Marine Industry in 3D” When:    October 30, 2-3pm EST Info:       http://webinar.navalprofessional.com/   With increased

Incat Crowther Designs DSV Trio

Incat Crowther has been contracted to design a trio of 42.5m Monohull Dive Support Vessels. The design is a new concept borne of the latest ideas from designer, builder and operator.

Ferguson Group Showcases at Offshore Europe

The Ferguson Group, specialists in the rental of DNV 2.7-1 / EN 12079 certified offshore containers, refrigeration/freezer modules, engineering modules and accommodation

Tim Heywood to Sign His First Superyacht Sculpture

Yachting Pages are extremely proud to announce that they will be displaying a sculpture designed by multi award-winning yacht designer Tim Heywood in conjunction

New Aquatic AV Speaker

The new three-inch speaker from marine audio systems manufacturer Aquatic AV needs just 56mm mounting depth, but will deliver the same crystal-clear sound as a

MPE Refurbises Stena Line Ferries

Birkenhead-based outfitter and manufacturer MPE Interiors has completed two contacts for Stena Line to redevelop the crew and officers' mess areas on two ferries.

Refurbished Scheduled for Three Oceania Cruise Ships

Oceania Cruises announced that Regatta, Insignia and Nautica, its trio of R-Class ships, will undergo a transformation starting early next year in what the company

Keppel Scores S$100 Million Upgrade and Repair Projects

Keppel Offshore & Marine Ltd., through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, Keppel FELS and Keppel Verolme, has secured upgrade and repair contracts totaling about S$100million from repeat customers.

Adjustable LED Light Banishes Boat Interior Darkness

The addition of bright LED lighting to a boat's interior makes life easier and more comfortable for all aboard. With its superb efficiency and low operating temperature,

P&O Superferry Twins Refit and Return to Service

P&O Ferries’ superferry twins, European Highlander and European Causeway which operate between Cairnryan and Larne, have returned to service following a £100,000 refit on each ship.

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