On a cruise ship, the galley is one of the largest unseen areas on board, however it is a strategic area that must be designed in every detail to be able to support a non-stop working system and an extensive staff performing a large quantity of tasks.
Akuarena carry-out for you every taylor-made aspect, from single activities to complex projects, according to your instructions and criteria, and constantly report on progresses and costs.
Basic design 2D,
with budgets and specifications
for equipments and visual turn-key.
For a correct budget and project definition we prepare lists of food handling equipment and items, list of materials, descriptions of equipment and turn-key activities as well as listing of installation requirements.
2D, 3D, MEP, BIM modeling.
Once the concept is laid-out and the feasibility is confirmed, we can proceed with the detailed development of each area, the equipment and the connected systems, giving all necessary input data for sizing and routing pipes, cables, refrigeration fluids and gases, air exhaust.
Project interfaces and coordination
with detailed design follow-up.
We review each detail with concerned parties: architects, interior outfitters, different departments at shipyards. Face-to-face meetings, web meetings and files exchange and checks, all carefully scheduled, reported for a detailed follow-up.
A professional package of documents for food service areas is essential for a fair and correct bidding process, both for a new ship or a modernization project. We prepare the full package, including drawings and specifications, and support in evaluating the technical alternatives and proposals.
Renata Borean (Akuarena’s CEO)
Renata Borean, CEO of Akuarena, has worked for over 25 years for leading companies in the shipbuilding industry worldwide, having gained experience in a large number of shipyards and orders in favor of important market operators, from large passenger ships (where up to 12,000 meals are served a day) up to smaller technical ships, specifically taking care of the installation of turnkey kitchen areas. Contact us for more details and for your next project.
Fincantieri (Italy) – Meyer Werft (Germany) – Mariotti (Italy) – STX France (France) – Kvaerner Masa Helsinki (Finland) – Cosco Shipyard Group (China) – Halifax Shipyard (Canada) – Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Japan) – De Hoop (Netherland) – Ulstein Verft (Norway) – Vard (Norway) – Keppel Fels (Singapore) – ST Marine (Singapore) – Nuovi Cantieri Apuania (Italy) – STX Busan (Korea) – Yiu Lian Dockyards (China) – Chantiers de l’Atlantique (France) – HDW (Germany) – Schickhau Werft (Germany) – Visentini (Italy) – Aker Finnyards (Finland) – Meyer Turku (Finland) – Fincantieri Ancona (Italy) – Fincantieri Marghera (Italy) – Fincantieri Monfalcone (Italy) – Fincantieri Sestri (Italy) – Mitsubishi (Japan)
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FERRY & OFFSHORE OWNERS
Axis Offshore – LD Lines – Brittany Ferries – Bibby Maritime – Attica Enterprise – Floatel IV – Grandi Navi Veloci – Jan De Nul Group – Levantina Trasporti