Two large refits, Bella Regazza and Be Mine (a well as other smaller projects), have just concluded at Oceania Marine’s two shipyards. Both shipyards are located close to Oceania Interiors manufacturing facility which has made it easy and efficient for Oceania Interiors to complete the interior components of these projects.
At the same time new build activity has ramped up. The company is manufacturing components for the U117 project, currently undergoing final fit out in Germany and, having completed the design stage, is about to commence manufacture of the complete interior on a 39 metre superyacht for another client.
“Our hard work since Oceania Marine took over this facility is paying handsome dividends with all aspects of the business experiencing an influx of work. We are recruiting marine cabinetmakers, painters and apprentices to boost our work teams to match the volume of work” says Oceania Interior’s Operations Manager Gordon French.
Whilst its new build yacht interiors capabilities are well known, one of the most exciting initiatives being undertaken by the company is the promotion of its capacity to undertake large scale refits and superyacht conversions. Being part of the Oceania Marine Shipyards Group means the full resources of slipways, premium refit sheds and a highly specialised shipyard workforce can deliver a complete service for this type of project. Oceania Marine’s Managing Director will be attending Cannes and Monaco Yacht shows next month to promote this service.