P&O Cruises Australia’s Pacific Dawn is now back in service after a multi-million-pound refurbishment which was completed last month.
With a team of over 100 experienced tradespeople, marine interior specialist Trimline spent 12 days aboard in the Singaporean drydock transforming many of the ship’s public areas, including The Dome, The Orient Bar, Pool Cafe, Charlie’s Bar, Reception, Spa, Ocean Bar, Techno Store, Decks 5, 6 and 7 Atriums and Deck 7 Promenade Bar.
"The experienced and committed Trimline team worked hard to deliver a stunning finish. The ship now celebrates modern Australia and not only features the new look and feel which has been so popular on P&Os latest ships, Pacific Aria and Pacific Eden, she also provides a taste of what’s to come on P&Os next ship Pacific Explorer, which Trimline will start transforming in May," the company said in a statement.
Michael Oliver, Trimline’s Co Chairman remarked “Communication was key to the success of this project. We ensured the client was aware of progress at every stage and the Trimline team called on their previous experiences throughout the project to ensure we met the schedule. We now look forward to working with P&O Australia again in May when we transform Pacific Explorer in Singapore.”