Carnival Corporation & plc, today signed a memorandum of agreement with Meyer Werft and Meyer Turku to deliver three additional next-generation cruise ships that will be fully powered by LNG.
On 19th August 2016 the 151, 300-gt cruise ship GENTING DREAM floated out of MEYER WERFT’s covered building dock II.
At 346 meters long (1,138 feet long) and 41 meters wide (136 feet wide), this 167,800 gross ton Ovation Of The Seas is one of the largest ever to go through conveyance.
Norwegian Cruise Line took delivery today of the line’s largest ship to date, the 164,600 gross ton Norwegian Escape, from MEYER WERFT during a ceremony in Bremerhaven, Germany, after a building period of only 18 months. Norwegian Escape is the first ship in the company’s new Breakaway Plus Class.
On 15 August 2015 the 164,600-gt cruise ship Norwegian ESCAPE, whose construction has taken merely 18 months, floated out of MEYER WERFT’s covered building dock II.
Carnival Corporation has signed a multi-billion dollar contract to build 4 next-generation cruise ships with the largest guest capacity in the world. The ships will be the first in the cruise industry to be powered at sea by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG).
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. announced that it has entered into an agreement with Meyer Werft in Germany to order a fourth Quantum-class ship for delivery in 2019.
Royal Caribbean International officially took delivery of its 23rd ship, Anthem of the Seas – the world’s most advanced cruise ship.
Watch Royal Caribbean’s Anthem of the Seas, second of the Quantum class, make her conveyance journey on the River Ems from Meyer Werft shipyard.