Naval Interior
There is always a first time, and as of the first half of 2023, we’ve had the privilege of having two “first times”: our first project for a German shipyard and our first commission from the Japanese giant NYK. These two prestigious opportunities allow us to demonstrate our expertise as General Contractors and wood craftsmen.
Daily involvement in projects for cruise ships and luxury yachts, combined with the highest level in the luxury furnishings segment, has allowed us to develop know-how that now provides significant added value to the civil sector.
The new frontiers of cruising? Luxury and comfort even during adventurous journeys to the most remote places on the planet. It's made possible through the new "Expedition" ships. And we are part of it.
It is always thrilling to see the grand ships for which we have had the honour and privilege to work on. And in recent weeks, emotions have been plentiful, just like the ones we are about to experience.
The Cruise Ship Interiors (CSI) event in London and the SMM trade fair in Hamburg are among the major international gatherings in the naval and cruise ship industry.
We love new challenges because they stimulate us to test ourselves on different, interesting fronts.
First times are always exhilarating. That's why we at Naval Interior are thrilled to contribute to a significant "first time" in the Expedition sector with Viking. Two sister ships, Octantis and Polaris, will form the new fleet of the renowned Swiss company, designed for adventures in the most remote places on Earth.
Italy is a global leader in megayacht construction, a sector in which we have always excelled, alongside the cruise industry. Here, we deploy our innovative craftsmanship skills required for high-end naval interiors.
Mock-ups were presented for Norwegian Cruise Line's ambitious new project, in which we are at the forefront of creating two of the most stunning environments: the Spa area and the Gym. Our craftsmanship and cutting-edge 4.0 skills are dedicated to serving Fincantieri.
Elegance, style, and attention to detail lose much value if the assembly and installation are not executed with the same care as the design and manufacturing process.