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Superstructures built off-site are the way forward in shipbuilding, Almaco

Traditional methods may not always be the best option for smaller cruise ships and expedition vessels. “At ALMACO, we have extensive experience in building vessels of various sizes and segments allows us to utilize synergies and adopt methods from other segments, saving costs and reducing construction time”.

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Luxury Ship Cabins That Exceed Expectations

Luxury ship cabins that exceed expectations (Courtesy Almaco)Creating stunning and unique luxury ship cabins take a visionary mind, experience, and resourcefulness. In this interview, Mikael Simell, Cabin Design Expert at ALMACO, shares his best advice on what to consider when creating well-functioning cabins with a wow-factor.

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Guide On How To Initialize Digitalization Projects In Marine Hospitality Areas

Some might say that the marine industry is a slowly moving dinosaur, but I beg to differ. When it comes to complying with strict regulations and standards, the marine industry is at the top of the list of early innovation adopters. This said, the marine industry has yet to utilize the full potential that digitalization has to offer in hotel and interior areas like catering, laundry, and accommodation.

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Almaco Cabins For Mariner of the Seas

Mariner of the SeasNot only was the project the largest ship modernization ever performed, the $120 million upgrade that Mariner of the Seas received at the Cadiz Navatia shipyard this past June was also the largest construction project carried out in Spain and the largest “hotel” in the country at the time of the dry dock. (more…)

ALMACO to Deliver New Cabins Onboard Carnival Elation at Grand Bahama Shipyard

A new project to add new cabins aboard Carnival Elation started as most projects normally do. ALMACO’s modernization team, headed by Hervé Touzard, worked closely with Carnival Cruise Line to reach the most beneficial and cost-effective arrangement for the complete outfitting of a new stateroom block on deck 14, and the construction of 32 new cabins and 4 suites with adjacent corridors, elevator lobbies and stairs. (more…)

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