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The World of Passenger Ship Interiors

      4/26/2007

ExCeL London

The cost of fitting out the interiors of a passenger ship can amount to as much as a third of the cost of the entire vessel. Consequently, interiors are important. However, there is no other shipping conference in the world which properly addresses the issues of passenger ship interiors. This reason alone is justification for this conference on such a vitally important sector of the industry.

Conference Programme Features Sessions on:

  • Opportunities in Newbuildings – The Ship Owners’ Perspective
  • Newbuildings – The Design Team and Shipyard Perspective
  • Refits – The Ship Owners’ Priorities
  • The Design and Fit-Out Challenges in Refits
  • Our Industry – New Business Opportunities, Strengths and Weaknesses
  • Getting Specified – What the Shipowner is looking for?
  • Building the Interiors – Making the Designers Dream Work
  • Feedback from the Shipowners – What Works and What Doesn’t


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