De Wave Group has announced the completion of four new build cruise ship equipment projects in 2021. Projects now completed include Holland America Line’s MS Rotterdam, MSC Cruises’ MSC Seashore, Viking Ocean’s Venus Cruises and the Virgin Voyages Valiant Lady.
De Wave said she had been entrusted with “some of the most prestigious and impactful estates of the companies’ latest showcase ships”, with Rotterdam being the new flagship of the Netherlands and MSC Seashore being the leading vessel. of MSC’s Seaside EVO class.
The group is a manufacturer and contractor serving the “full spectrum” of cruise ship and yacht interiors from numerous shipyards and its own specialized manufacturing facilities around the world.
According to a press release, work on the MS Rotterdam focused on spa, gym and beauty salon areas, including:
Massage rooms on decks 9 and 10
Corridors on deck 9 and spiral staircase between decks 9 and 10
Gym, fitness area and changing rooms on deck 9
Beauty and hairdressing salon on deck 9
Thermal complex including Turkish bath with mosaic walls and dome ceiling, sauna, swimming pool, horizontal shower and chromotherapy showers
The Holland Rotterdam was delivered to the Fincantieri Marghera shipyard on July 30, 2021.
On the MSC Seashore, De Wave Group said they have coordinated a team of 80 skilled workers responsible for some of the ship’s âmost prestigious and technically challengingâ areas:
Private VIP area of ââthe MSC Yacht Club Concierge reception on decks 16, 18, 19 and 20
Private lounge in the VIP area of ââthe MSC Yacht Club on deck 16 with Swarovski crystal staircase and molded plaster ceiling
Private VIP Open Deck area of ââthe MSC Yacht Club on deck 16
Private VIP Open Deck area of ââthe MSC Yacht Club on deck 20
Private VIP area of ââMSC Yacht Club Lobby entrance on deck 18 Private VIP area of ââMSC Yacht Club Restaurant on deck 18
Private VIP area of ââthe MSC Yacht Club Pool deck on deck 18
Private VIP area of ââthe MSC Yacht Club Pool Bar on deck 18
Offices on deck 16
Corridors on decks 18, 19 and 20
Arcade on bridges 18, 19 and 20, with staircase with onyx effect light wall
Main pool on deck 20
Front Jacuzzi on deck 20
Bar on deck 20
Infinity pool on deck 08
Infinity hot tub on deck 08
Overflow bar on deck 08
Ice cream bar on deck 08
Outdoor open-deck steakhouse on deck 08
Â· Wet units for passenger and crew accommodation, totaling 3,084 units.
The MSC Seashore was delivered to the Fincantieri Monfalcone shipyard on July 31, 2021.
The Viking Venus features the traditional Nordic style of Viking Ocean Cruises. De Wave Group said he felt âparticularly honoredâ to be tasked with bringing some of the âmost quintessentially Nordic but also ultramodernâ areas to life on board:
Â· Health center
The Viking Venus was delivered to the Fincantieri Ancona shipyard on April 15, 2021.
The Valiant lady is the second “lady” of the Virgin Voyages fleet. De Wave Group has worked on the construction of the following areas:
Zone VI family pool
Open bridge of zone VII
Passenger and crew cabins
Wet units for passengers and crew
The Valiant Lady was delivered to the Fincantieri Sestri P. shipyard on July 1, 2021.
The total value of the four orders is around 70 million euros, while other projects totaling around 26 million euros are already progressing steadily towards delivery by the end of 2021.
With these new constructions, the De Wave group believes that it “further consolidates its reputation for quality manufacturing using the best materials while coordinating several teams, including in difficult technical fields”.
âWe are proud to have played a key role in helping these four leaders in premium cruising make a comeback on the waves. Their confidence and cutting-edge creativity have once again enabled us to showcase our diverse and industry-leading skills. We look forward to telling the world about the exciting projects we are currently working on when launching the respective vessels in the coming months â, said Riccardo Pompili, CEO of De Wave Group.