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Curtains & Upholstery Fabrics For Marine, Cruise Ships, Yachts & Boats

Amongst Edmund Bell’s extensive fabric range is a large number of IMO (International Maritime Organization) compliant products designed with maritime applications in mind. We offer a range of textiles, from luxurious fabrics designed to meet the needs of glamorous cruise liners and yachts, to fabrics and curtain linings suitable for the more practical applications required on merchant vessels such as cargo ships. All the identified fabrics meet marine FR standards and have gained international recognition. Our fabrics can be used throughout the various different areas including the bedrooms, lounges, casinos, restaurants and bars. Our collections can be co-ordinated for use throughout a project including curtains, blinds, sheers, bedding, upholstery and cushions. Specifically, our decorative blackouts and dimouts can influence light, create atmosphere and provide sound absorption in any room to create a wonderful experience. Below you will see a selection of our key products which are most suitable for the marine and cruise sector due to their technical performance features and that they all meet IMO flame retardant regulations - the International Maritime Organisation: the global standard-setting authority for the safety, security and environmental performance of international shipping.


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surrounding the COVID-19 Coronavirus

A message to our customers: COVID-19

After the recent government announcement of tighter restrictions starting on Tuesday 5th January - we would like to reassure all our customers that as we are a manufacturing business, we are able to stay open and continue to operate under our well developed COVID-19 secure conditions:

 

 

We will continue to review things on a daily basis in line with government guidelines and will keep you informed of any changes via our website and social media.

Thank you in advance for your support and co-operation - we hope you and your families keep safe and well.

 

With best regards

John Atherton
Managing Director

 

(Updated 9.50am, 5th January 2021)