NAVALIBER is one of the leading European marine interior companies. It has achieved its prestige in the sector from more than fifty years’ experience, from its internationalisation with presence in countries on all five continents and from its efficient productive capacity. We have built and installed hundreds of kilometres of top quality ship accommodation with modular elements developed by our own designers and certified by the main classification societies in the world. In addition to its proven standard products–wall panels, ceilings, doors and wet units-, our company is well-known in the marine sector for the capacity of its technical staff to develop and install personalized, tailor-made projects in any type of ship, from design and decoration to final delivery to the client.
Monitoring the entire productive process–manufacturing elements, installation and assembly on board, own quality systems, etc.- allow us to offer clients a ‘Turn-key’ service. We go to the shipyard and turn the furnishing product into a reality that needs nothing else done. To do this, we have one of the most diversified workforces in the marine interior market. In our company you can find from a professional to design and build tailor made furniture (wood, metal, upholstery…) for a cabin to an interior designer who will select the best curtains for the mess room on board.
We should not boast about our quality. That is why we have obtained the most demanding certificates issued by the most prestigious global classification societies, starting with the very exclusive “USCG certificate of approval” issued by the United States Coast Guard.
The results of our work can be found sailing on the seven seas
|Offshore vessels||Merchant ships||Cruisers|
|Scientific and oceanographic ships||Tugboats and port support vessels||Chemical tankers|
|Navy vessels||Fishing boats||Ro-Ro vessels|
Some countries in which Navaliber works
Arab Emirates Singapur Philippines Australia New Zealand
Main clients around the world that Navaliber works with
Marine interior turns a ship’s hull into a home for the crew and the passengers, with the same services and comfort offered by a building on land, but with the technical requirements of a shipyard. To be able to carry out this type of work in a large volume such as for a large ship, a large-scale very advanced and well organised productive system is necessary.
- 2,750 square metres of panels
- 1,600 square metres of ceiling
- 100 doors
- 30 wet units
This has allowed us to develop a very modern and flexible productive system to adapt to all types of projects. In fact, our production centres have manufactured ship accommodation as different as one of only 120 square metres (extremely high quality and precision projects for yachting) or 10,000 square metres in a large ship.
Our yearly production would stretch across cross the English ChannelInglaterra Canal de la Mancha Francia 34km One wet unit every 41m One door every 5m 3m 2m