SUPERYACHT FLOORS

Corridors and stairways including main escape routes must meet specific requirements. The unique core panel including the floor covering by Interior PPROMAN complies with the Low Flame Spread characteristics according to IMO Res. MSC.307(88) - FTP Code 2010, part 2*, part 5 (*not applicable) and is particularly suitable for SOLAS or Passenger Yacht Code (PYC) vessels.

Premium real wood veneer (various types of wood veneer) with a special developed lacquer surface, was tested and certified in combination. This IMO certified floor covering forms the top layer and a, from Interior PROMAN developed, core panel of aluminum composite forms the base.

Using this procedure, the appearance of any kind of hardwood and parquet flooring can be attained. Thanks to the unique worldwide IMO certified Superyacht Floors by Interior PROMAN GmbH, this is now possible without restriction, whether it be traditional parquet flooring, strip parquet in a herringbone design or any other desired design.

Exclusive clients and unique projects deserve luxurious one of a kind items.

With custom made, perfectly crafted wooden floors of Interior PROMAN, yachts become as unique as their owners. Flooring especially designed for use in super yachts and top level passenger ships that meets the highest standards.
 

Styles:

According to the customers request and specific needs, Interior PROMAN will endeavor to create the optimum construction fit for purpose.

Interior PROMAN is able to offer various wood surfaces ranging from matt to glossy and from brushed old wood to classic finish. All are custom made.  

 

Sampling:

In order to obtain the most beautiful and suitable decorative appearance, we recommend that together with our specialists, your selection of wood should be made while in its natural, partly processed state, where the complete grain is readily visible and selectable for different areas of the project.

Our Superyacht Floors achieve the standards of floor coverings according to IMO Res. MSC.307(88)–(FTP Code 2010) Part 2* und Part 5 (* n/a) Low Flame-spread Characteristics.