The latest project of Southampton based yacht interior specialists, Trimline Yacht Interiors, will see the company revitalise several areas of the 56 metre Tacanuya, at Burgess Engineering’s Porchester facility. Representing the owner, Superyacht Technical Services scoured a host of European yards before successfully facilitating the owner’s specific requirements at Porchester.
Trimline have been appointed by Burgess Engineering to refurbish the guest suits on board the yacht with the intention to create luxurious relaxation spaces in all of the bedrooms and bathrooms. Bespoke, new bathroom suites are currently being created with lightweight marble interiors from Grama Blend to achieve this environment, as well as handmade Wenge cabinets designed by H2. Made-to-measure glass and stainless steel shower screens will complement the contemporary space, ensuring the objective of lavish relaxation is realised.
Inside the guest cabins, Trimline will be making way for additional lighting, blinds and newly upholstered panels to soften the rooms’ appearance and establish a comfortable, leisurely stay for guests. Luxurious carpets by H2 and hand crafted desks by Trimline made in satin finished Cherrywood will complete the transformation on board Tacanuya.
Working alongside both Superyacht Technical Services and the Burgess Engineering yard, designs by H2 Yacht Design will be turned into reality by Trimline’s specialist yacht joiners and CAD technicians. Nigel Spooner, Director Technical and Design at Trimline Yacht Interiors, said: “The work to Tacanuya will showcase the beautiful construction of our bespoke joinery and Trimline Yacht Interiors attention to detail.”
Work is due to begin in mid-April and last until July, with Trimline’s specialist team there for the duration.