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Trimline's purpose-built site in Southampton, UK

Busy Q1 for Trimline, more refurb projects in the pipeline

British-based Trimline reports a busy year so far, with marine interior refurbishment projects varying in size and complexity secured for a wide variety of cruise companies.

For the marine interior refurbishment specialists, the last three months have been spent securing work with P&O Cruises, Disney Cruises, Cunard Line Noble Caledonia, Windstar Cruises, Thomson Cruises, Holland America Line and Royal Caribbean.

Recent refurbishments carried out have included a £3m refit for Thomson Cruises’ Thomson Dream, as well as a refresh of the company’s Thomson Celebration.

There are many projects in the pipeline for Trimline over the next few months, including refits for P&O Cruises, Noble Caledonia, Cunard Line, Windstar Cruises, The World, Thompson Cruises, Holland America Line, Seabourn, Azamara and Grand Circle Cruises.

Trimline’s ceo Andrew Richards said: 'There has been a real growth in the marine refit market with customers wanting more from their cruises.'

He added: 'Cruise refurbishments need to achieve a high level of luxury throughout. For us that means continually exceeding expectations in terms of quality, turnaround and project management by working closely with our clients from the start.'

Trimline is well supported in multiple ship refurbishments with 120 land-based staff, 1,000 staff on the ground at its purpose built site in Southampton, UK.

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