A small ship for Japan – a big signal for shipbuilding in Papenburg! The major Japanese group NYK and MEYER WERFT have signed a contract for the construction of a new cruise ship.
Meyer Werft Shipyard
The new negotiations between the works council, the trade union, and the management of MEYER WERFT to solve the Corona crisis were interrupted after around a day by the trade union and the works council.
The year 2020 got off to a promising start: on January 28, MEYER WERFT was able to look back on its 225th anniversary. The order book is well filled and orders are planned from 2024.
On Saturday, November 28, the Odyssey of the Seas leaves MEYER WERFT’s covered building dock II (hall 6). The 347.1- meter long cruise liner for Royal Caribbean International will start moving this morning.
Brookes Bell has been contracted by Norwegian Cruise Line to deliver its innovative software solution SRtP Onboard™ across its Breakaway Plus class of vessels.
The new cruise ship for British P&O Cruises, Iona, will probably leave Papenburg on Wednesday, March 18, 2020, to be conveyed on the river Ems to Eemshaven (NL).
MEYER WERFT, this year the shipyard has handed over three modern cruise ships to international cruise lines. In the years ahead, many demanding and innovative large projects will also be implemented.
The leader in family cruising will grow its award-winning fleet with imaginative innovations that are uniquely fun and distinctly Disney.
With the symbolic steel cutting ceremony at MEYER WERFT, work has begun on the next cruise ship for AIDA Cruises. Like the AIDAnova that was delivered at the end of 2018, this ship will be fitted with a particularly environmentally friendly LNG propulsion system.