Based on the designers’ 3D models, the pool landscapes were designed and manufactured from glass fiber reinforced plastic. Measurements taken on board. Visible components embedded flush into the surfaces. Integrated buffet and slide-in furniture. Handrails, glass panes, hatches were purchased and adjusted in advance. The pool landscapes were delivered to the shipyard in several pieces, connected to each other and attached to the ship structure by gluing. The interface to the shipyard was the empty deck.

The company: Northern German shipyards

The shipyards in northern Germany have been producing the largest yachts in the world for many years, making them the global market leader in the mega and superyacht segment. In the 2021 order backlog for civil shipbuilding, megayachts ranked right after cruise ships and are therefore a permanent fixture in the maritime economy.

The challenge: equipment

The designers of the yachts place high demands on the quality and appearance of all components. Everything has to be perfect and reflect the design concepts. The equipment must be integrated in the best possible way. These interfaces must be maintained. Here we are relieving capacity in the construction departments of the shipyards.

The solution: interface support

Depending on the scope of services ordered, we have taken over interface support from the shipyards and take care of the design, procurement and assembly of the high-quality equipment, thereby keeping the “big picture” in mind. There is no need for technical coordinations between various parties. If the shipyard and the owner representatives approve our designs, we will get started.


Clients: HDW, Blohm & Voss, Lürssen, Nobiskrug

Execution: 2008 to today

Ships: MY A, MY Phoenix 2, MY Al Raya (ex. Dilbar), MY Phoenix 2 (Refit), MY Blue