Quickly Update Cruise Ships While Drydocked
Architectural Films & Finishes for Improved Marine Design
AT A GLANCE
Keeping Up with Marine Design Trends for Cruise Ships
The aesthetics of a cruise ship’s interior spaces, whether guest rooms or common areas, help determine whether a passenger’s travel experience is positive. A passenger on the high seas has no choice but to suffer through a voyage defined by dated surroundings, or, alternatively, enjoy a beautiful, modern marine design. Damaged surroundings can negatively impact customer experience, and a ship’s interior experiences a lot of wear and tear as the ocean liner racks up nautical miles.
The opportunities to update a ship’s marine design using traditional construction methods are few and far between. That is because the ship needs to be drydocked for an extended period to allow for such marine renovations. And that means the boat isn’t in service generating revenue for the cruise line.
Leverage Architectural Films & Finishes in Interior Design on Cruise Ships
Areas of Installation
Benefits of Architectural Films & Finishes in Marine Applications
The reuse and recovering of existing doors, furniture, partitions, and other fixtures with Belbien Architectural Finishes allow cruise lines to save money when updating ship interiors compared to traditional construction methods. Furthermore, since installation is simple, it can be done during drydock or while at sea.
Belbien Architectural Finishes save time and money, but they also help save the environment. That’s because existing fixtures are preserved rather than tossed into a landfill. And no new trees need to be cut down when reusing what’s already in place.
Belbien can be custom printed, pairing the text or design of your choice with one of 600+ patterns. This option is ideal for posting safety regulations, directions, or any other passenger information that needs to be communicated.