Cruise bathrooms

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Cruise bathroom inspiration

On this page, you’ll find inspiration for exquisite, space-saving, comfortable and relaxing cruise ship bathrooms. Your next cruise bathroom project will turn out to be your best one yet, giving thousands of passengers an unforgettable experience!

Cruise bathroom trends: Minimalism

The principal cruise bathroom trend of the last few years is minimalism. Architects prefer simple geometric or organic shapes, minimal decoration and no waste of space. One of the major reasons for this, is that cruise toilets and bathrooms are now often split into two rooms. That's why rounded, minimalistic bathroom fixtures and fittings are the predominant architect’s choice for cruise ships. In 2021 and 2022, we predict that cruise ship designers will focus on different finishes of the bathroom fittings to create a cruise bathroom that feels unique and luxurious, and which guests love to capture and share on Instagram.

Limited space demands maximum creativity and custom solutions

Another result of this cruise bathroom trend is that naval architects and cruise interior designers request downsized fixtures and fittings. By offering custom-made bathroom accessories, Coram Hospitality & Projects helps them deliver beautiful cabin bathroom architecture that perfectly fits into the overall look.

This custom-made trend also manifests in another way. Ship-builders, ship crew and maintenance people increasingly request installation-friendly fittings. The first installation-friendly cruise bathroom fitting collection - Geesa Nemox - has emerged. This collection is not only designed and constructed to withstand seismic vibrations well, but is also equipped with a click mounting system that is very quick to install or replace. In a well-known German shipyard, it already saves 18 minutes installation time per cabin, which is equal to 1 FTE per year.

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Comfortable and safe

Because the cruise ship bathroom is the place where guests perform their daily self-care routines, it is very important that cruise ship showers are well-designed and well-fitted. Guests will be annoyed by water splashing on the bathroom floor and it also creates unsafe situations. Luckily, the cruise ship shower floors, doors, accessories, textiles and shower panels of Sealskin and Geesa can be strongly mounted and are very durable. Their quality is guaranteed up to 15 years after installation. They create a beautiful picture as well. Because of their luxurious look, they’re also great to use in the pool and wellness area of the cruise ship.

"Selecting the right bathroom products is a huge puzzle", says Marc Goosen. "Ship owners, architects and manufacturers all have their preferences. The bathroom fixtures and fittings that get selected for our cruises must score high on design, quality and price. Although their look must match the bathroom design of the architect, quality and technical suitability is of equal importance. Ship builders just can’t work with suppliers that don’t deliver durable products. And because the cruise industry needs big quantities, the price of the products must be competitive. That’s why buyers and designers like to work with Coram Hospitality & Projects as a bathroom solutions partner."

Luxurious lavatories

What is very important in the architectural design of a cruise ship toilet - whether it’s in the cabin or the public bathroom - is the spatial setting. Despite the little available space, the guests need to feel comfortable and relaxed when they go to the cruise ship toilet. Bathroom accessories can help create a relaxed atmosphere by making practical objects look beautiful. Such lavish lavatories make cruise guests feel luxurious in the most practical room of the cruise ship.