The river conveyance is a unique process for ships built at the Meyer Werft Shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
Unconventionally situated inland to avoid impact from storms in the North Seas, Meyer Werft has been sailing ships down the River Ems 32 kilometers to sea since 1795.
Checkout the infographic of the Quantum Of The Seas Cruise Ship Conveyance Facts.
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