Trimline, a marine interior specialist, recently completed work on the luxury Seabourn Odyssey during a routine drydocking in Genoa.

Trimline sent some 170 workers aboard the ship, working in a split shift in a five-day refurbishment period.

“The Odyssey drydock was very challenging with the short timing of five full days with not much space onboard for container loads, but the team at Trimline did a great job with their organization, cleanliness and quality to the Seabourn brand. The outcome was well accepted by all,” comment Linh Nguyen, Sr., interior operations specialist for Holland America Group.

Among the work, the company refurbished 229 staterooms, 58 restrooms, one restaurant (Colonnade) and worked on other general interior updates throughout the ship.

“In order to complete the work in just five days, meticulous planning both at Trimline and with the client ahead of time was vital,” added Simon Dawkins, key account manager at Trimline. “It was then down to the skill of our team of tradespeople, who worked around the clock to deliver the high-quality product that Trimline has delivered throughout its 52-year heritage”.