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Trimline signs on-going refurbishment agreement with Carnival UK

Trimline signs on-going refurbishment agreement with Carnival UK
Trimline has signed an on-going refurbishment agreement with Carnival UK for five of its UK fleet, including Cunard’s Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth, as well as P&O Cruises two largest ships, Azura and Ventura.

The agreement sees Trimline plan and execute works throughout the year to keep the passenger areas and cabins in exceptional condition.

The works are planned and undertaken either whilst sailing, in service, or during day turnaround in port.

Trimline also hosts an online emergency fault reporting system, which gives the ships a direct line of communication with the shore side staff, meaning that requests for maintenance can be planned in to work scopes and dealt with at the next available opportunity.

Trimline managing director Gary Oliver explains, ‘This agreement secures an already strong relationship that Trimline has built with Carnival UK over many years of trading. We understand the demands and expectations of passengers and are looking forward to ensuring the ships are in first class condition, cruise after cruise.’

Trimline and Carnival UK are both headquartered in Southampton.