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20 April 2018
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Trimline maintains standards of ultra-luxury Seabourn Sojourn
Marine interior refurbishment specialist Trimline is no stranger to Seabourn Sojourn having maintained the fleet and carried out major refits for the ultra-luxury brand for the past three years.

Top 5 steps to interior refit success
With almost 53 years in business, Trimline’s experience in the marine interior refurbishment market has taught them about the key principles for refit success. They share with us their Top 5 considerations when selecting an interior contractor.

The importance of interior refreshes
With most cruise ships that are already in service having a major refit every two years, and some new-build ships planning a major refit up to every five years, maintaining the high standards of the ship interiors between refits is vital to the overall passenger experience. At any time during the ship refit cycle, the passenger expects the same standard of interior furnishing.

Lightweight composite cabin project secures Innovate UK funding
Following the success of the prototype launchat SMM in 2016, the UK consortium consisting of composite specialist PE Composites Ltd (PEC) and marine interior refurbishment specialist Trimline Ltd has secured further co-funding from the UK’s Innovation Agency, Innovate UK, to productionise and certify its Lightweight Composite Cabin.

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