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Floor and window solutions for ferries

On ferries the floor coverings endure a high usage intensity. As a specialist in epoxy,  PU and rubber floors, we are the right party for the maintenance and redesign of various interior spaces on ferries. We work on site, both in the Netherlands and abroad.

Stairwells

Stairwells

Hard-wearing carpet ensures optimum safety in the stairwell.
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Bridge

A vinyl floor provides grip in the bridge. No captain with cold feet anymore.
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Control and engine rooms

Anti-slip rubber floor or wear-resistant carpet is the floor solution for your control room.
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Galleys

Hygiene and low-maintenance floors in plastic floor or vinyl for your kitchen.
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Crew area

Relax with a comfortable warm carpet or vinyl floor.
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Crew cabins

Sleeping well on the water. Sound-absorbing and fire-resistant carpet.
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Wet areas

Mainly pouring or coating floors are used in the wet spaces on board.
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Corridor

Corridors

Mostly carpet or vinyl is used in a corridor.
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Flooring on ferries

The lounges and restaurants on a ferry are increasingly fitted with a luxurious carpet to create a warm atmosphere for the guests. The Prolance interior design team takes your wishes and requirements as the starting point for a complete makeover of the public areas.

Since we keep a number of attractive products in stock, we are the place to go to for unforeseen repairs and unplanned maintenance of floors and curtains. All the products meet the IMO and MED certification requirements.

Some common renovations and transformations on ferries are

  • Replacement of flooring in the corridors
  • Applying hard floor coverings in the restaurants
  • Replacing epoxy or PU floors in toilets
  • Restyling of stairwells
Most commonly used materials on ferries
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