About Us

About Us

Atlantic Marine Interiors was formed in 2013 as the Marine trading arm of
Atlantic Contract Interiors Ltd, specializing in all aspects of the design and/or build of a vessel’s interior.

With the experience, knowledge and expertise of its team, Atlantic Marine Interiors quickly won and carried out many prestige and diverse projects winning a reputation for delivering a high-end product with meticulous planning and service, and always on time.

A brief history

Atlantic Marine Interiors has been awarded and successfully completed well over one hundred projects over a nine-year period, carrying out maintenance and deliverying fast track projects from minor to Multi- Million schemes working across the whole vessel. Here is a brief ‘Story of Jobs’ that were instrumental in the progress of Atlantic Marine Interiors.

  1. May 2013

    Atlantic Marine Interiors wins its first project. This was for Saga Shipping and involved conversion of suites to include special needs facilities.

  2. Aug 2013

    Atlantic Marine Interiors wins a project to build and install fixed cabin furniture and sofa beds for the Lloyd Werft Shipyard aboard the CUK owned vessel Arcadia. This, so early in the life of Atlantic Marine Interiors proved to be game changing as it aroused the interest of CUK, who quickly awarded a contract for the same works within an area outside of the Shipyard scope. Neither of these projects had significant value but proved to be the start of solid and successful relationship with CUK.

  3. Sept 2013

    Atlantic Marine Interiors wins its first project for Babcock Group aboard the HM Naval vessel HMS Ocean. This project evolved to be of significant scope and value, with a team of multi skilled personnel carrying out diverse works throughout the vessel over an eight-month period and leading to a long working relationship with Babcock Plymouth.

    Find out more in our case studies.

  4. Jun 2014

    Throughout 2014 Atlantic Marine Interiors continued to carry out various and relatively minor works for CUK on many vessels. During this time, we surveyed, designed and costed a proposed project to install five Crew Shops onto five vessels over a 10 week period while the vessels were in service. The project was awarded to Atlantic Marine Interiors in early February 2015, with the successful completion of all vessels in mid-June.

  5. Jan 2015

    In 2015 CUK were clearly becoming a key client of Atlantic Marine Interiors with projects coming aboard QM2, Queen Victoria, Aurora & Oriana.

  6. Feb 2015

    MY Tacanuya - Atlantic Marine Interiors was approached by the UK based Burgess Marine Group. Burgess had won a contract to completely overhaul a newly acquired private motor yacht for a private YAE Family. With the London based world-renowned yacht designers O2 already in place and designs well advanced, this was still a budget driven project and several marine outfitting companies tendered the works. Atlantic Marine Interiors won the contract to produce detailed working drawings, modify parts of the interior layout, manufacture, procure and install all of the furniture and finishes to the Owners bedroom suite and bathroom, lounge, dining room, several outside areas and stair cases.

    Find out more in our case studies.

  7. Jan 2016

    QM2 Pig & Whistle - This was the first of our ‘Design & Build’ projects for CUK which was the catalyst for works to follow! Atlantic Marine Interiors where approached to put together a proposal, our designer Guri put forward her concept which was nothing like anything on any of the CUK vessels. It was fresh, strong colours, gave the space themes like the ‘discotheque’ area, lounge area with multi-screen TV’s, games area etc. This immediately hit the brief and we were asked to develop it into full working drawings, specification, and budget. Atlantic Marine Interiors was awarded the contract in October 2015.

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  8. Jun 2016

    Throughout 2016 Atlantic Marine Interiors continued it’s now strengthening relationship with CUK carrying out works on Adonia during dry dock in Free Port Grand Bahama. QM2 both in service and during dry dock in Hamburg where we carried out extensive works to the Spa and other public areas whilst also winning and carrying out more works for Saga Shipping

  9. Jun 2017

    QM2 Odeon Bar - In July 2016, after our hugely successful re-design and build of the famous QE2 and now QM2 Crew Bar ‘The Pig and Whistle’ Cunard contacted us again with the challenge to design and build a Sports Bar within a little used space called the Odeon Bar. Our in-house designer Guri, pretty much hit the brief with the first concept, which we then developed into a full design and build proposal. Atlantic Marine Interiors was awarded this project which was carried out in service between Southampton – Nova Scotia – New York – Southampton.

    Atlantic Marine Interiors was awarded this project along with a major project on the sister ship Queen Victoria as part of a 'two ship deal'.

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  10. Nov 2017

    During 2017 and 2018 Atlantic Marine Interiors continued to win more prestigious contracts with CUK including Arcadia re-fit in November 2017 where we had a team of about seventy multi-skilled personnel and management completing the refurbishment of the Atrium. This included the re-lamp of the massive ‘chandelier’ manufacturing and installing fixed furniture, building new ‘feature’ Future Cruise Sales offices, uplift and installation of some 12,000 M2 of floorings etc.

  11. Jan 2018

    Early 2018 saw Atlantic Marine Interiors win and carry out a design and build up-grade of all the passenger cabins, corridors, dining room, library, bar, and lecture room of Heritage Expeditions vessel Spirit of Enderby. This involved a small team of joiners and decorators joining the vessel in New Zealand, working while sailing to the dry dock in the Philippines, where over another three weeks all works where completed providing a considerable up-grade to the interior.

  12. Mar 2018

    Ventura Refit - During mid-2017 after completing several very successful design and build projects for CUK, P&O approached us with a request if our designer Guri would work with them and develop a concept for a fleet wide upgrade of all of the Crew Lounge/Bar/Recreation spaces. Along with an interior and external decks Passenger space and Crew cabins work package, Atlantic Marine Interiors was also awarded the contract to build the first of the Crew ‘Hubs’.
    The total area of space was some 500M2, very large for a Crew Recreation Room, but ideally suited for the multi themed use design.

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  13. Dec 2018

    Queen Elizabeth re-fit - Atlantic Marine Interiors was awarded most of the Public Area works on the Queen Elizabeth re-fit carried out during dry docking in Brest, France. This again saw the volume of works building, and consequently the size of the work force and Management increasing to some 130 personnel. Joining the vessel in Southampton and carrying out the works over a two-week period, some 16,000 M2 of flooring was uplifted and replaced. Gold leaf ceiling soffits, and granite waiter stations repaired and renovated. Open deck windows and furniture was repaired and re-finished. All ceramic tiled areas in the main buffet uplifted and replaced.

  14. Mar 2019

    Oceana, Arcadia and Queen Victoria Crew Welfare Project - Early Autumn 2019 Atlantic Marine Interiors was awarded a three-ship deal to up-grade all of the Crew cabins and Crew spaces over a five month period while the vessels where in service. Oceana and Arcadia received installation of USB’s, floorings and furnishings to all Crew and Officer cabins, Queen Victoria received new vanity units, USB’s, LED ceiling and bathroom lighting, floorings and furnishings to all Crew and Officer cabins. In addition, up-grade of the Staff and Crew dining rooms including new catering units. With the Crew Bar and Movie Den receiving a new design and significant works. All projects were completed either on time or ahead of schedule, providing a moral boosting lift to the very hard-working Officers and Crew.

  15. Apr 2019

    Aurora - Aurora was one of several ships that Carnival UK refitted at Damen Shipyard in Brest, France during 2017-19. We were awarded the refurbishment of all the officers and crew spaces. This entailed following ‘The Hub’ design for the crew bar area and total re-vamp of the crew and staff messes, the officers dining room and wardroom, plus electrical and AV upgrade of 500 Officer and Crew cabins.

    We were subsequently also awarded additional works, including Public Area floor finishes and the manufactutre and build of the new Future Cruise Sales area. Our entire package of works were completed ahead of schedule.

  16. Sept 2019

    MS Expedition - Our first package of works included carpets to all passageways and public areas, repair and maintenance work to PAX cabin wet spaces, upgrades to public bathrooms and a complete overhaul of all crew bathrooms and wet spaces. As there was asbestos potentially present in some areas, we employed and managed a specialist company to conduct removals where necessary and co-ordinated with the shipyard and owner’s ship management to ensure this process was carried out to the letter. The owner was absolutely delighted with the project results, which were delivered on time and on budget.

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  17. Oct 2019

    Britannia - Fast on the heels of the very successful Aurora re-fit we were invited to tender for the proposed Britannia re-fit to be carried out during October 2019 in Brest, France.

    The project involved:

    • Works in 12 public rooms, with major works in two of those. Blue Bar converted to a new White Wall Art Gallery. Photo Gallery built to a completely new design with the addition of an electrical accessory shop.
    • Works to the public cocktail & coffee bars, with major modifications and new equipment to the Java Café
    • Major works to the Grand Atrium, including some 300 M2 of Marble uplifted, with new water jet cut Crema Marfil Marble laid to a new design. New central feature sofa and lighting, new and re-upholstered furniture. Timber handrails throughout completely stripped and re-polished.
    • Removal and installation of new automatic taps, soap dispensers and automatic doors to Public Toilets
    • 20,000 M2 of carpet and underlay uplifted and re-laid to public cabin corridors, all three stair towers and lift lobbies and public rooms. A massive achievement completed within the allotted 13 days.

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  18. Nov 2019

    MS Serenissima - Upgrade of the following areas;

    • Passenger Cabins – complete upgrades including ceiling decoration, new wallcoverings, window treatments, carpet, fixed furniture and headboards, loose furniture, all soft furnishings, lighting, and electrical upgrades.
    • Restaurant – complete upgrade: ceilings, wallcoverings, vinyl and carpet flooring, waiter stations, new tables and dining chairs, soft furnishings, lighting and electrical.
    • Reception Area – complete upgrade including bespoke joinery
    • New floorcoverings and wall coverings to all passenger circulation areas.

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  19. Dec 2019

    Queen Victoria - Complete upgrade of Crew mess, Crew bar, wardroom, and Officers mess.

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Our Team

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Supply Chain Partners

The biggest asset of any business is the people. Atlantic Marine Interiors offers a wide range of services through our tried and trusted Supply Chain Partners. Many of these have been working with Chris and the team for over 25 years. Their dedication, professionalism and loyalty makes them truly part of the Atlantic ‘family’. This team is extremely flexible and we can resource for large and small projects very quickly.

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