1 INTRODUCTION 23
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 23
1.2 MARKET DEFINITION 23
1.3 STUDY SCOPE 24
1.3.1 MARKETS COVERED 24
1.3.2 REGIONAL SCOPE 24
1.3.3 YEARS CONSIDERED FOR THE STUDY 25
1.4 CURRENCY & PRICING 25
1.5 MARKET STAKEHOLDERS 25

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 26
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 26
2.1.1 SECONDARY DATA 27
2.1.1.1 Key data from secondary sources 28
2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA 28
2.1.2.1 Key data from primary sources 29
2.1.2.2 Breakdown of primaries 29
2.2 MARKET DEFINITION & SCOPE 30
2.2.1 SEGMENT DEFINITIONS 30
2.2.1.1 Marine interiors market, by ship type 30
2.2.1.2 Marine interiors market, by material 30
2.2.1.3 Marine interiors market, by end user 30
2.2.1.4 Marine interiors market, by application 30
2.2.1.5 Marine interiors market, by product 30
2.2.2 EXCLUSIONS 31
2.3 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION & METHODOLOGY 31
2.3.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 31
2.3.2 TOP-DOWN APPROACH 32
2.4 DATA TRIANGULATION 33
2.5 MARKET SIZING & FORECASTING 34
2.6 LIMITATIONS 34

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 35

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 38
4.1 ATTRACTIVE OPPORTUNITIES IN MARINE INTERIORS MARKET 38
4.2 MARINE INTERIORS MARKET, BY END USER 38
4.3 MARINE INTERIORS MARKET, BY PRODUCT 39
4.4 MARINE INTERIORS MARKET, BY SHIP TYPE 39
4.5 MARINE INTERIORS MARKET, BY REGION 40

5 MARKET OVERVIEW 41
5.1 INTRODUCTION 41
5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS 41
5.2.1 DRIVERS 42
5.2.1.1 Growing maritime tourism industry 42
5.2.1.2 Rise in river cruise market 43
5.2.1.3 Growth in refurbishment market 44
5.2.2 RESTRAINTS 47
5.2.2.1 High downtime in retrofitting ships 47
5.2.3 OPPORTUNITIES 48
5.2.3.1 Adoption of additive manufacturing to produce lighter, faster,
and fireproof interiors 48
5.2.3.2 Rising adoption of OLED lighting technology 48
5.2.3.3 Surging demand for passenger ships from Asian shipyards 48
5.2.4 CHALLENGES 49
5.2.4.1 Delay in passenger ship deliveries 49
5.2.4.2 Space constraints in cruise lines 50
5.2.4.3 COVID-19 impact on the marine industry 50

6 INDUSTRY TRENDS 52
6.1 INTRODUCTION 52
6.2 ROADMAP TOWARD EMISSION-FREE SHIPPING INDUSTRY 52
6.3 TECHNOLOGY TRENDS IN THE MARINE INTERIORS MARKET 53
6.3.1 RISING ADOPTION OF SMART CABINS IN PASSENGER SHIPS 53
6.3.2 SHIFTING FROM TRADITION CABIN MANUFACTURING TO PREFABRICATION 53
6.3.3 ADOPTION OF WATERPROOF LED LIGHTING IN PASSENGER SHIPS 54
6.3.4 ADOPTION OF DIGITAL WINDOWS IN LOW BUDGET CABINS 54
6.3.4.1 Virtual balconies 54
6.3.4.2 Magical portholes 54
6.3.5 SHOW KITCHENS 55
6.3.6 NORWEGIAN’S FREESTYLE CONCEPT 55
6.3.7 BREWERIES AND CRAFT BEER HALLS 55
6.3.8 NEW GREEN FLOORING 55
6.3.9 ADVANCED UPHOLSTERY MATERIALS 56
6.3.10 SHOCK MITIGATING SEATS 56
6.3.11 ADVANCEMENT IN GALLEYS & LAUNDRIES 56
6.3.11.1 Adoption of lightweight galleys 56
6.3.11.2 Adoption of energy efficient galley solutions 56
6.4 INNOVATIONS & PATENT REGISTRATIONS 57
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7 MARINE INTERIORS MARKET, BY SHIP TYPE 58
7.1 INTRODUCTION 59
7.2 COMMERCIAL 60
7.2.1 PASSENGER VESSELS 60
7.2.1.1 Yachts 60
7.2.1.1.1 Luxury 64
7.2.1.1.1.1 Luxury yachts are large-sized, luxurious vessels with length varying from 75-250 Feet 64
7.2.1.1.2 Premium 64
7.2.1.1.2.1 Premium yachts emphasize more on quality, comfort, and style over price factor 64
7.2.1.1.3 Budget 64
7.2.1.1.3.1 Budget yachts are also known as bargain/economy/contemporary vessels 64
7.2.1.2 Cruise 65
7.2.1.2.1 Luxury 66
7.2.1.2.1.1 Vacationers increasingly selecting smaller-ship voyages on luxury ocean and river cruise line 66
7.2.1.2.2 Premium 67
7.2.1.2.2.1 Premium cruise ships typically feature additional guest spaces and art collections 67
7.2.1.2.3 Budget 68
7.2.1.2.3.1 The budget cruise is less expensive than premium and luxury cruises 68
7.2.1.3 Ferries 68
7.2.1.3.1 Retrofitting of ferries is expected to drive the demand for marine interiors 68
7.2.2 CARGO VESSELS 69
7.2.2.1 Container ships 69
7.2.2.1.1 Increasing seaborne trade drive the demand for container vessels and thereby marine interiors 69
7.2.2.2 Bulk carriers 70
7.2.2.2.1 Increased demand for retrofitting existing bulk carriers will fuel the demand for marine interiors 70
7.2.2.3 Tankers 70
7.2.2.3.1 Rising demand for oil tankers to transport LNG is expected to drive the demand for marine interiors 70
7.2.2.4 General cargo ships 70
7.2.2.4.1 Modernization of general cargo vessels increases the demand for marine interiors 70
7.2.3 OTHERS 71
7.2.3.1 Dredgers 71
7.2.3.1.1 Growing demand for dredgers to remove contaminants from seabed is expected to fuel the demand for marine interiors 71
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7.2.3.2 Research vessels 71
7.2.3.2.1 Increasing construction of research vessels will propel
the demand for marine interiors 71
7.2.4 DEFENSE 72
7.2.4.1 Destroyers 72
7.2.4.1.1 Increasing procurement of destroyers by countries is driving the demand for marine interiors 72
7.2.4.2 Frigates 72
7.2.4.2.1 Rising demand for construction and maintenance of frigates will drive the demand for marine interiors in
the coming years 72
7.2.4.3 Corvettes 73
7.2.4.3.1 Ongoing procurement of corvettes across militaries is driving the demand of marine interior 73
7.2.4.4 Submarines 73
7.2.4.4.1 Development of advanced submarines by major countries expected to propel the demand for marine interiors in
the coming years 73
7.2.4.5 Offshore patrol vessels 74
7.2.4.5.1 Increased demand for offshore patrol vessels by military forces will propel the demand for marine interiors 74
7.2.4.6 Aircraft carriers 74
7.2.4.6.1 Procurement of advanced aircraft carriers for strengthening naval fleet by countries will fuel the market for marine interiors 74
7.2.4.7 Amphibious ships 74
7.2.4.7.1 Construction of amphibious ships will drive the demand for marine interiors 74

8 MARINE INTERIORS MARKET, BY END USER 75
8.1 INTRODUCTION 76
8.2 NEW FIT 77
8.2.1 RISE IN COMMERCIAL SHIP ORDERBOOK IS DRIVING THE CRUISE NEW
FIT MARKET 77
8.3 REFIT 80
8.3.1 CRUISE LINE OPERATORS AND OWNERS PREFER REFIT OVER NEWBUILD TO REDUCE THE CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 80
8.4 CRUISES 83
8.4.1 CRUISE LINE OPERATORS AND OWNERS PREFER REFIT OVER NEWBUILD TO REDUCE THE CAPITAL EXPENDITURE 83
8.5 YACHTS 83
8.5.1 ITALY TO HOLD THE LARGEST SHARE IN YACHT REFIT MARKET 83
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9 MARINE INTERIORS MARKET, BY APPLICATION 84
9.1 INTRODUCTION 85
9.2 PASSENGER AREA 86
9.2.1 INSIDE AND OUTSIDE CABINS 86
9.2.2 WET UNITS 87
9.2.3 SUITES 87
9.3 PUBLIC AREA 89
9.3.1 SPA & WELLNESS AREAS 89
9.3.2 DISCOS & CASINOS 90
9.3.3 STAIRCASES & CORRIDORS 91
9.4 CREW AREA 92
9.4.1 CABIN & WET UNITS 92
9.4.2 RECREATIONAL ROOMS 92
9.4.3 MESS ROOMS 93
9.4.4 CREW CORRIDORS & CREW STAIRCASES 93
9.5 UTILITY AREA 93
9.5.1 GALLEYS, PANTRIES & PROVISION STORES 93
9.5.2 BRIDGES 93
9.5.3 AC ROOMS 93
9.5.4 ENGINE ROOMS 93
9.5.5 LAUNDRIES 93
10 MARINE INTERIORS MARKET, BY MATERIAL 94
10.1 INTRODUCTION 95
10.2 ALUMINUM 97
10.3 STEEL 97
10.4 COMPOSITES 97
10.5 JOINERY 99
10.6 OTHERS 99
11 MARINE INTERIORS MARKET, BY PRODUCT 100
11.1 INTRODUCTION 101
11.2 CEILINGS & WALL PANELS 101
11.2.1 COMPOSITES, ALUMINUM, AND STEEL ARE USED IN MANUFACTURING CEILINGS & WALL PANELS 101
11.3 LIGHTING 102
11.3.1 CEILINGS & WALLS 103
11.3.1.1 Ceiling & wall lights are majorly used in cabins, wet units, spa & wellness, theaters, and restaurants 103
11.3.2 FLOORING 103
11.3.2.1 Floor path lights are useful during an emergency to guide passengers during an evacuation 103
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11.3.3 DECORATIVE 103
11.3.3.1 LED, Halogen, Xenon, and fluorescent technologies are used in decorative lighting 103
11.3.4 SIGNAGE 103
11.3.4.1 Signage lights are also known as compartment & utility lights 103
11.4 GALLEYS & PANTRIES 104
11.4.1 THE DEMAND FOR GALLEY & PANTRIES IS HIGH IN NEWBUILD SHIPS AS WELL AS REFURBISHMENT MARKET 104
11.5 FURNITURE 104
11.5.1 FURNITURE USED IN SHIPS ARE CONSTRUCTED USING LIGHTWEIGHT
NON-COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS 104
11.6 OTHERS 105
11.6.1 WINDOWS AND DOORS ARE MADE OF ALUMINUM, STAINLESS STEEL,
AND GLASS 105
12 REGIONAL ANALYSIS 106
12.1 INTRODUCTION 107
12.2 EUROPE 108
12.2.1 ITALY 111
12.2.1.1 Presence of recognized cruise shipbuilders is expected to drive
the marine interiors market 111
12.2.2 UK 114
12.2.2.1 Growth of the shipbuilding industry expected to drive manufacturing of new vessels thereby fuel the demand for marine interiors 114
12.2.3 FRANCE 115
12.2.3.1 Presence of stringent environmental regulations is driving the market in France 115
12.2.4 GERMANY 116
12.2.4.1 Growing demand for recreational boating in Germany is expected to fuel the demand for marine interiors 116
12.2.5 FINLAND 119
12.2.5.1 Increasing demand for polar cruise ships is expected to drive
the marine interiors market in Finland 119
12.2.6 REST OF EUROPE 120
12.3 NORTH AMERICA 121
12.3.1 US 124
12.3.1.1 Rising demand for river cruise is expected to drive the market for cabin interiors in the US 124
12.3.2 CANADA 125
12.3.2.1 Canada is a lucrative market for marine interiors from
the demand side 125
12.4 ASIA PACIFIC 126
12.4.1 CHINA 129
12.4.1.1 Increasing cruising and rising demand for merchant ships expected to stimulate the demand for marine interiors 129
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12.4.2 INDIA 130
12.4.2.1 Growth of maritime industry is driving the market for marine interiors in India 130
12.4.3 JAPAN 131
12.4.3.1 Increasing cruising activities expected to boost the demand for marine interiors 131
12.4.4 AUSTRALIA 132
12.4.4.1 Increasing commercial vessel manufacturing in Australia expected to boost the demand for marine interiors 132
12.4.5 SOUTH KOREA 133
12.4.5.1 Increasing commercial shipbuilding activities is expected to boost the demand for marine interiors 133
12.4.6 REST OF ASIA PACIFIC 134
12.4.6.1 Commercial ships to hold the largest share in the marine
interiors market 134
12.5 REST OF THE WORLD 134
12.5.1 MIDDLE EAST 136
12.5.1.1 Increased investments in shipping infrastructures are driving
the marine interiors market in the Middle East 136
12.5.2 LATIN AMERICA 137
12.5.2.1 Growth of marine sector is fueling the market for marine interiors
in Latin America 137

13 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 138
13.1 INTRODUCTION 138
13.2 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING 139
13.2.1 VISIONARY LEADERS 139
13.2.2 INNOVATORS 139
13.2.3 DYNAMIC DIFFERENTIATORS 139
13.2.4 EMERGING COMPANIES 139
13.3 RANKING OF KEY PLAYERS, 2019 141
13.3.1 WINNING IMPERATIVES, BY KEY PLAYERS 141
13.4 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO 142
13.4.1 CONTRACTS 142
13.4.2 COLLABORATIONS & PARTNERSHIPS 144
13.4.3 EXPANSIONS 144
13.5 CUSTOMER ANALYSIS 145
13.5.1 CRUISES 145
13.5.1.1 Meyer Werft (Germany) 145
13.5.1.2 Meyer Turku (Finland) 146
13.5.1.3 Lloyd Werft (Germany) 147
13.5.1.4 Mitsubishi (Japan) 148
13.5.1.5 Chantiers de l’Atlantique (STX France) 148
13.5.1.6 Fincantieri (Italy) 150
13.5.1.7 T. Mariotti (Italy) 152
13.5.1.8 Xiamen (China) 153
13.5.1.9 Grand Bahamas Shipyard (Bahamas) 153
13.5.1.10 Navantia Shipyard (Spain) 154
13.5.1.11 Sembawang (Singapore) 155
13.5.1.12 ST Engineering Marine (Singapore) 156
13.5.1.13 Remontowa (Poland) 156
13.5.1.14 Tallin (Estonia) 156
13.5.2 YACHTS 157
13.5.2.1 Koninklijke De Vries: Feadship (Netherlands) 157
13.5.2.2 Royal Van Lent: Feadship (Kaag Island) 161
13.5.2.3 Lurssen Yachts (Germany) 163
13.5.2.4 Amel (Netherlands) 167
13.5.2.5 Azimuth Yachts (Italy) 168
13.5.2.6 Benetti Yachts (Italy) 171
13.5.2.7 Fincantieri Yachts (Italy) 173
13.5.2.8 Heesen (Netherlands) 174
13.5.2.9 Nobiskrug (Germany) 177
13.5.2.10 Oceanco (Netherlands) 177
13.5.2.11 Sanlorenzo Yachts (Italy) 179
13.5.2.12 Westport Yachts (US) 180
13.6 CERTIFYING BODIES AND AUTHORITIES/PROCEDURE 182
13.6.1 IMO 182
13.6.1.1 2010 FTP CODE 182
13.6.1.2 SOLAS 182
13.6.1.3 MARPOL 183
13.6.1.4 COLREG 184
13.6.2 ISO 9001 184
13.6.3 OHASAS 18001 185
13.6.4 ISO14001 185
13.6.5 MED 185
13.6.6 LIOYD’S REGISTER 186
13.6.7 AMERICAN BOAT & YACHT COUNCIL 186
13.6.7.1 NMMA Boat & Yacht Certification 186
13.7 TOP EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS 186
13.7.1 SMM 186
13.7.2 MARINTEC CHINA 187
13.7.3 NOR-SHIPPING 187
13.7.4 CRUISE SHIP INTERIORS EXPO EUROPE 187
13.7.5 CRUISE SHIP INTERIORS EXPO AMERICA 187
13.7.6 BOAT INTERNATIONAL’S SUPERYACHT DESIGN FESTIVAL 187
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13.8 CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS 188
13.8.1 MARKET GROWTH 188
13.8.1.1 Is the niche sectors (including cruises and yachts) going to experience market growth in the coming 5 to 10 years? 188
13.8.2 MARKET EXPANSION GEOGRAPHICALLY 188
13.8.2.1 Where is that market expansion mostly going to happen geographically? 188
13.8.3 SUPPLY AND DEMAND 189
13.8.3.1 How do the supply and demand look like for outfitting or joinery and decorative metal manufacturing companies in that sector? 189
13.8.4 STRATEGY RECOMMENDATIONS 190
13.8.4.1 Which business is perceived to be more profitable and a better target for acquisition in the marine interior sector (outfitting companies or joinery manufacturers)? 190
13.8.5 LISTING OF POTENTIAL COMPANIES 190
13.8.5.1 Potential companies 190

14 COMPANY PROFILES 191
14.1 INTRODUCTION 191
(Business overview, Company information, Products & services offered, Customers and application area, Unique value proposition and right to win, R&M’s right to win, Growth strategies, Organic strategies, SWOT analysis, Recent developments)*

14.2 R&M GROUP 192
14.3 ALMACO 198
14.4 MIVAN MARINE LTD & MJM MARINE 206
14.5 TRIMLINE 216
14.6 KAEFER 220
14.7 MARINE INTERIORS 224
14.8 AROS MARINE 228
14.9 NORAC 230
14.10 BOLIDT 233
14.11 FORBO FLOORING SYSTEMS 238
14.12 TILLBERG DESIGN OF SWEDEN 240
14.13 NAVAL INTERIOR TEAM LTD (NIT) 242
14.14 ELATION LIGHTING INC. 244
14.15 OY LAUTEX AB 246
14.16 PRECETTI INC. 260
14.17 WINCH DESIGN 270
14.18 REDMAN WHITELEY DIXON (RWD) 273
14.19 SINOT EXCLUSIVE YACHT DESIGN 276
14.20 TERENCE DISDALE 278
14.21 RAYMOND LANGTON DESIGN 281
*Business overview, Company information, Products & services offered, Customers and application area, Unique value proposition and right to win, R&M’s right to win, Growth strategies, Organic strategies, SWOT analysis, Recent developmentsmight not be captured in case of unlisted companies.
14.22 INTERIOR DESIGNERS AND JOINERY COMPANIES 283
14.22.1 CRUISE INTERIOR DESIGNERS 283
14.22.2 YACHT INTERIOR DESIGNERS 291
14.22.3 JOINERY AND DECORATIVE METAL MANUFACTURING COMPANIES 293
14.22.3.1 Pfleiderer 293
14.22.3.2 Robos Contract Furniture 294
14.22.3.3 East Coast Flooring Blog 294
14.22.3.4 H.Y.S 294
14.22.3.5 Yachting Innovations 295
14.22.3.6 Ocean Refit Yacht Carpentary 295
14.22.3.7 World Surface Teak Decking and Yacht Refinishing 295
14.22.3.8 Classic Yacht Shipwrights 296
14.22.3.9 TW Joinery 296
14.22.3.10 Florida Teak 297

15 APPENDIX 298
15.1 DISCUSSION GUIDE 298
15.3 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS 303
15.4 RELATED REPORTS 303
15.5 AUTHOR DETAILS 304