Carnival Celebration

Carnival Celebration – large newbuilding project completed

Trident BMC LLC has completed a large project on the newbuilding Carnival Celebration cruise vessel. It has been completed with the highest standards, in record time, and ready for the 50th Anniversary of the Carnival Cruise Line! We thank Meyer Turku, and, of course, Carnival Cruise Line for trusting us. Trident is a big family; in Europe, the Italian and Polish branches are delivering top-quality services for cruise newbuilds, the most demanding shipping sector, which is why the building of cruises continues in Europe.

What exactly did we deliver? In this project, carried out by Meyer Turku from Finland, one of the largest shipyards in Europe, we built and furnished several areas of the ship:

?Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse Terrace Bar,
?Carnivale Restaurant (American Table Restaurant),
?Emeril’s Bistro,
?Carnival Kitchen,
?Dreams Studio,
?Decorative Glass Staircase,
?Public restrooms,
?Esplanade corridors.
?Hotel Director’s Office
?Technical Crew Corridor

Our scope of supply included engineering, background outfitting (electrical, piping, HVAC), fabrication of furniture and bar structures, and outfitting. The total area of our scope exceeded 1,800 sqm and the project execution time was 20 months after the contract signature.

Carnival Celebration is a unique vessel. With 180,000 GT, it will become the largest ship in Carnival’s fleet. And it is also unique because, unlike its sister ship, Mardi Gras, it will have the word Carnival before Celebration to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the company. The ship belongs to the so-called Excel class and, as Mardi Grass, will also be powered by LNG.

The cruise has already begun its 14-day transatlantic voyage from London (Southampton) to its homeport of PortMiami. And for a new ship, a new terminal: Carnival Celebration will arrive at a redesigned Terminal F at PortMiami. The cruise will have its inaugural sailing from Miami on November 21st.

We want to thank Meyer Turku Team, Carnival Cruise Line Nb Team, and all our technicians for their effort, support, and engagement in this project.

Below, look at some pictures of the work we have done!

And one final word: If you will visit the Cruise Ship Interiors Expo in London later this month (November 30th-December 1st), stop at our stand (718) and allow us to share our experience on furnishing some of the most incredible cruises sailing around the corners of the sea.

Trident BMC. One company. Many solutions. Around the world.

Interiors refit

Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design (ADA)

According to the Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design (ADA), Cruise Ships calling US ports are required to be accessible to passengers with disabilities. Trident BMC has a dedicated team of designers and engineers, engaged in redesigning cruise ships to meet the specific needs of passengers with disabilities, for being more accessible and safer for them. Fabrication and refit works are other essential parts of our turnkey solution. Currently, we are being involved in several projects for the adaptation of the Restaurants, Cabins, Offices, Medical Centers, Swimming pools, SPA’s, Kids’ Play Zones, counters, accessible routes, and other areas on Cruise ships, to comply with the ADA regulations.

For all inquiries regarding the ADA modification, please contact us at

Trident BMC. One company. Many solutions. Around the world.

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