Directions In Design Completes Interior Work On Two Sister Vessels

Directions In Design (DID), Inc., a St. Louis, Mo.-based ship interiors firm, has recently completed the redesign and interiors installation of two sister ships, the Huck Finn and the Tom Sawyer, both operated by Gateway Riverboat Cruises, Inc.

and berthed on the St. Louis riverfront.

DID's work on the boats included the selection of new wall coverings, flooring materials, and window treatments. The assignment was completed on a fast-track schedule of eight weeks. In the past four years, DID has orchestrated 20 ship installations across the U.S.

DID provides clients with comprehensive space planning and design, project management and installation capabilities. The firm is experienced in designing tasteful excursion, dinner cruise, and theme vessel interiors with materials that meet strict USCG safety requirements.

In addition to custom bar, cabinetry, glass, and lighting design capabilities, DID offers clients access to a nationwide network of specialty workrooms, suppliers, and installers who specialize in ship interiors.

In addition to Gateway Riverboat Cruises, other clients for which DID has completed projects include The Circle 315 on Reader Service Card World Yacht Fleet in New York City Harbor; The Gateway Clipper Fleet In Pittsburgh, Pa.; Seattle Harbor Tours in Seattle, Wash.; Uncle Sam Boat Tours in Alexandria Bay, N.Y.; Massachusetts Bay Lines in Hingham, Mass.; and Pacific Marine Yacht Charters in Mill Valley, Calif.

For a free brochure detailing the ship design capabilities of DID, Circle 34 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 29,  May 1989

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