McCue has extensive experience offering full turnkey solutions across the world for the marine market.


  • Project Costings
  • Project Management
  • Design Development
  • Compliance with IMO and classification authority bodies
  • Procurement
  • Prototypes and in-house manufacture
  • Logistics
  • Installation and aftercare


  • Bespoke joinery incorporating timber, veneers, laminates and Corian materials
  • Interior finishes including stone, ceramics, soft and timber flooring, glass, architectural metalwork, paint and lacquer
  • Soft furnishings to include upholstery, banquette seating, curtains and coverings
  • Catering and galley equipment to USPH standards
  • Turnkey deliveries to include steel, insulation, electrics, AV, ventilation and piework
  • Utilising ship experienced project managers and tradesmen, complemented with marine approved materials and sub-contractors.


  • Ferry, Cruise, Yacht, Off-shore and Naval
  • Geographic areas to include Europe, Canada, Caribbean, Far East and Australia
  • New builds and refits in wet dock / dry dock environments, including riding crews
  • Public spaces, open decks, cabins and suites


The iconic 2,620 passenger ocean liner was fitted out during a 25-day multi-million-pound dry-dock at the Blohm & Voss Shipyard in Hamburg, Germany between 27th May and 21st June 2016.

The fit-out involved the upgrade of both the Queen’s Grill and Princess Grill Restaurants, in addition to the Queen’s Grill Lounge. The former Todd English Restaurant was remastered into The Verandah Restaurant, a private dining area for foodie guests wanting something with an alternative twist.

To enhance the ships retail offering, we created an additional three individual retail stores into the Mayfair shops area.

The interiors reflected the original Verandah found on Cunard’s Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth ships, staying true to their classic art deco heritage, while offering updated, crisp, contemporary interiors.

Queen Victoria

On May 5th 2017, the Queen Victoria set sail from Southampton with McCue Marine’s refit team on board, bound for the Fincanteieri shipyard in Palermo, Sicily. The team was tasked with removing the existing fixtures and fittings and fitting out three, enhanced retail areas in the Royal arcade shops. In addition to this the art gallery was relocated to a new larger area.

Impressively, all the display units and counters were manufactured over a record two-week period at McCue’s factory in Northern Ireland before been transported 2,176 miles to Palermo, just in time for the ship’s arrival in the island of Sicily.

Marella Cruises

McCue Marine has worked on two Marella Cruise ships under the supervision of Columbia Cruise Services. For these projects our team designed and fitted out various restaurants and bars including the Kora La speciality restaurant.