ALMACO Completes Crew & Guest Areas for Crystal Endeavor
ALMACO’s scope of delivery consisted of all crew areas and state-of-the-art public areas, where the guests prepare themselves for the expeditions that the vessel offers. The construction of the vessel took place in Stralsund in MV Werften shipyard.
ALMACO completed the areas onboard Crystal Endeavor on time prior to the vessel delivery. The steel-to-steel installation included interior and background outfitting. The installation of all 109 crew cabins and crew public areas were done by ALMACO’s team on site. The scope of work included full turnkey that covers everything from planning the entire project, design and engineering, material delivery and installation of the background systems to interior outfitting.
The project took place in Germany at MV Werften shipyard, where the luxurious expedition yacht was built. ALMACO was supporting the shipyard and owner from the very start of the project all the way to the completion of the vessel.
The vessel accommodates 200 guests and contains luxurious facilities for its crew and guests alike. It will serve its clients from pole to pole in various expedition routes and departed from Reykjavik on the 17th of July to sail on its maiden voyage, a 10-night circumnavigation of Iceland.
“It’s great to see the vessel travel to exotic locations with our areas supporting both guests and the crew.” – Eric Guiot, Project Manager at ALMACO.
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