Trimline Yacht Interiors, Southampton-based company specializing in Superyacht refurbishment, has proudly announced that they have successfully completed the refurbishment of the classic motor yacht Shemara.
In 2013, Trimline Yacht Interiors were one of the local companies selected to carry out refurbishment work to the prestigious Shemara yacht. Crew cabins, bathrooms, mess areas and the main saloon have all been revitalised with the refurbishment sympathetically balancing a new, modern twist to the interior with many original features to commemorate the yacht’s rich heritage.
Trimline took the design concepts from the Shemara superyacht owner’s appointed interior designers and stylist and created working drawings to carefully bring to life the owner’s vision, turning the rooms into luxurious spaces.
The main saloon features a hand-made, stone fireplace and timber panelling providing a grand entertaining space.
Manufacturing of all the bulk heads, deck heads and bespoke furniture took place at Trimline’s Southampton headquarters with specialist marine joiners working to the unique specification. Taking into account the yacht’s distinctive deck curves and trim, the joiners created made-to-measure bulk heads and deck heads to ensure an exact fit.
Built in Southampton by Vosper Thorneycroft in 1938, the 65 metre motor yacht Shemara has a colorful history after being used as a submarine training vessel during World War II and then as a luxury yacht having been previously owned by Sir Bernard Docker in the 1960s.
Below is a video showing the refurbishment of the 65m classic mega yacht Shemara, released by Trimline: