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Odyssey of the Seas | The Newest Royal Caribbean Luxury Cruise Ship

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Odyssey of the Seas

Odyssey of the Seas is a 1,138-feet cruise ship with 16 decks. The ship accommodates 4,198 passengers at double occupancy and up to 5,510 passengers at full capacity, as well as a crew of 1,663. The scope of our work included all the interior outfitting. This was a great continuation to our cooperation with Meyer Werft, for whom we had worked on the same areas in previous ships. We delivered the areas to our customer successfully and in time, and we received compliments from the shipyard and end customer for navigating the turbulences of the pandemic.

Project name

Odyssey of the Seas

Delivered

Spring 2021

Customer/End customer

Meyer Werft GmbH & Co. KG / Royal Caribbean International

Service provided by Merima

Visual turnkey

Area

Via Vista area – Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen restaurant, wine bar, retail, cruise-booking venue, the Via promenade,

Restaurants – Teppanyaki, Coastal Kitchen, Windjammer

Building area

4,510 m²

Odyssey of the Seas

Via Vista

We had the privilege of building the beautiful 1,300-m² Via Vista area on deck 5, with an Italian restaurant, a retail store, cruise-booking venue, wine bar and a smaller atrium named Via Vista. One of the area’s special features was the huge lighted dome. Our project team received a special mention and congratulations from the ship owner for our excellent performance and high-quality work. The owner was so satisfied by Merima’s overall performance that they decided to use our services to finalize extra works on the vessel, such as the hospital area and several other areas.

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Restaurants

We delivered a total of four restaurant interiors on the ship: Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen, Japanese restaurant Teppanyaki, Mediterranean restaurant Coastal Kitchen, and the main restaurant Windjammer, where a buffet is served. Some of the special features we provided in these areas were the hand-painted wood imitation ceiling beams and , and metal ceiling screens in Teppanyaki.

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