Mel Interiors rebrands to become Superyacht Interiors Mallorca
A new corporate image for the Palma de Mallorca based yacht interior and exterior soft furnishings refit company has been unveiled. Superyacht Interiors Mallorca is the new name of Mel Interiors, led by Gabrielle Watts.
“We work closely with yacht owners, captains, crew and owner’s representatives to fully understand the scope of work for each individual project and provide a first class custom solution on time and within budget,” she explained.
After many years of working in the yachting industry, both on yachts and in a company management position, holding interior design qualifications, Gabrielle looks forward to driving the well respected Mel Interiors to new levels of success under the new Superyacht Interiors Mallorca banner. We have been providing interior design and soft furnishings to the world’s superyachts since 1998.
“The re branding allows us to bring a fresh face and new look to our interior design and refit offering however not at all compromising on the delivery of our high quality craftsmanship and finely produced soft furnishings that keep our clients coming back to us time and time again.”
“The new name explains what we do and where in an instant – Superyacht Interiors Mallorca is backed by a solid and experienced team of Management, Interior designers and skilled craftsmen with on-site representation in STP, one of the Mediterranean’s most popular superyacht boatyards. Along with providing a full range of interior services, we excel at presenting fast solutions to interior refit hurdles that unexpectedly arise.”
“Our new commercial office in the Global Building provides a focal point and allows us to attend to the client comfortably. Punctual job delivery is supported by the purpose built in-house production facility just minutes away from the port. To compliment this efficiency, an additional fast- turn-around service is offered to yacht stewardesses and steward’s which focus on sourcing interior accessories and owners supplies quickly”