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Cruise Vessel Design & Outfit

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Photo: Hamburg Messe and Congress

Photo: Hamburg Messe and Congress

LAS requirements. The main objective ing even more on well-known designers. Lloyd Cruises which put to sea recently,

Pictured from the Left: is to minimize the use of readily ? am- This ship will complete a journey we Christian Klein and Johannes Jensen of

AIDAprima entering Hamburg; mable materials. For example, laminate have begun on other newbuilds: Its in- Oceanarchitects were in charge of interi-

Marine Interiors Cruise & Ferry is preferable to solid wood. The same terior decoration will offer both, broad or design. Their concept revolves around

Global Expo, powered by SMM, safety-? rst approach applies to on-board variety, and at the same time great har- nature: For example, the structure of the which will take place from Sep- furniture: Rounded edges and corners on mony,” says Wybcke Meier, CEO of TUI ? ooring imitates the irregular shapes of tember 11-13 2019 in parallel cabinets, beds et cetera help reduce inju- Cruises. Designer Patricia Urquiola is ice ? oes. Some of the wallpapering feels with Seatrade Europe – Cruise ry hazards at high sea, said Bunge. In his once again on board in this project. A na- like ? sh skin; and the water ? ows from and River Cruise Convention at contribution to the conference program tive of Spain, she had already designed faucets resembling corals.

the Hamburg Messe fair complex; “Smart” Dimmable Windows for the designer will discuss further impor- the suites of the new “Mein Schiff 1”. Visitors of the Marine Interiors trade

Cruise Ships from Vision Sys- tant considerations. For Urquiola working in this unfamil- fair will be able to learn from exhibitors tems; K-Bridge Integrated Bridge iar environment has been a special treat: how ideas such as these can be imple-

System (IBS) with K-Pos Dynamic

Unique & Classy “I love being close to the sea. I had great mented. Competent experts will include

Positioning (DP) functionality for

Despite all the strict regulations and fun elaborating the unique spirit of this the ? ttings specialists from Franke two ultra-luxury, purpose-built limitations of creative freedom, confer- place on board a cruise ship.” Aquarotter, the hospitality equipment expedition cruise newbuilds.

ence participants attending the second In the case of the expedition cruise consultants from Hagola, and the RP

Marine Interiors panel discussion “How ship “Hanseatic Nature” by Hapag- Technik safety experts. design helps to convey, de? ne or create brand identity” will learn how brand val- ues can be incorporated into design con-


Innovation | Safety | Performance cepts to help create a unique identity for ?A??ŽYlSGtAlG??

each cruise brand.

(Compared to 10 Days in a Simulator) Tal Danai, founder and CEO of the

REGULATORY STABILITY ASSESSMENT SOFTWARE art consulting and curating agency AR-

This USCG approved Manned Model course meets STCW

TLink.Inc, is someone who knows about


the effects of art on this unique identity. “At the moment we are curating collec- tions for ? ve large cruise ships as well as ? ve luxury hotels, and we are develop- ing and operating galleries on board 14 ships,” says Danai. He will explain to conference participants why the impact of art goes far beyond simple decoration, and why cruise ships are a perfect envi-

HECSTAB Ofshore ronment for presenting art.

From a Cuban-inspired ? air or the so-

USER DRIVEN | ENDORSED WORLDWIDE: HECSTAB phisticated atmosphere of a lounge to a


nature-loving approach that transcends is a versatile tool for the Naval Architect involved in


into every design detail, it is the target design and regulatory evaluation of non-ship shaped ^dtA?sÐd?AsYsYO?/^ audience that determines the ambience. assets. In addition to traditional fxed-axis free-to-trim &A?lZG?Ð?GŽAl?ZAEA?ZGÐG?OIÐAOŽY

For example, TUI Cruises places great calculations, HECSTAB can perform variable heeling emphasis on design quality, generous axis (free twist) calculations, greatly reducing the number spaces, and tranquillity. Stark color con- of calculated conditions. trasts are a no-no; the individual spaces on board are always decorated using one particular family of colors. “In the case dGu?;?????????????wAsu?Ðwl?wA?sOwG?GE?

of the new ‘Mein Schiff 2’, we are rely- ????wA?sOwG?GE??Ðwl 35

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