‘We are proud to have played a key role in helping these four leaders in high-end cruising make a strong return to the waves,’ said De Wave Group CEO Riccardo Pompili. ‘Their trust and class-leading creativity have once again enabled us to showcase our diverse, industry-leading skills.
‘We look forward to telling the world about the exciting projects we are currently working on as the respective ships launch in the coming months,’ he added.
The company has projects worth €26m for delivery by the end of the year.
De Wave’s outfitting of Rotterdam, delivered at Fincantieri Marghera shipyard on July 30, centred on the ship’s spa, gym and beauty salon areas on deck nine, plus its thermal complex consisting of a Turkish bath with mosaic walls and cupola ceiling, sauna, swimming pool, horizontal shower and chromotherapy showers.
De Wave also completed work on the vessel’s massage rooms, corridors on deck nine and spiral staircase between decks nine and 10.
De Wave Group committed 80 workers to coordinate the outfitting of first Seaside EVO ship MSC Seashore, developing its: MSC Yacht Club reception, Swarovski crystal staircase, deck, lobby, restaurant and pool areas.
Work was also completed on the ship’s office spaces, corridors on decks 18, 19 and 20, arcade – complete with onyx-effect light wall - its main pool on deck 20, bow jacuzzi on deck 20 and bar on deck 20.
On deck eight, De Wave’s outfitting extended to the ship’s infinity -pool, -bar and -whirlpool, ice cream bar and open deck outdoor steakhouse on Deck 08.
De Wave had responsibility for wet units totalling 3,084 units for passenger and crew accommodation.
De Wave introduced Nordic-themed spaces on board Viking Venus, delivered at Fincantieri 's Ancona shipyard on April 15. It completed work on the newbuild’s health centre, spa area and retail walkway
Construction of the ship’s family pool, open deck, plus passenger and crew cabins and wet units was completed by De Wave.