Current News

  • 13.02.2018
    Float-out of Norwegian Bliss

    Norwegian Bliss is scheduled to leave the covered building dock at the MeyerWerft on Saturday, 17 February 2018.

  • 01.02.2018
    Steel cutting for Norwegian ENCORE

    Work on building another ship begins. The name of the new ship which will be completed in 2019 was announced during the steel cutting ceremony at the MEYER WERFT Laser Center.

  • 26.01.2018
    Carnival Corporation orders new ship for P&O Cruises

    The new ship for P&O Cruises is scheduled for delivery in 2022. The 180,000 GRT ship will operate 100% with LNG.

  • 27.12.2017
    New environment technology for cruise liners

    While the global crisis in the maritime in-dustry persists, during 2017 both MEYER WERFT and NEPTUN WERFT have seen continued further growth in their already well-filled order books with new orders for the cruise sector.

  • 01.12.2017
    10 years of successful cooperation

    It is ten years ago since the start of strategic cooperation between OSRAM and MEYER WERFT in order to become joint innovation leaders for cruise ship lighting concepts. The contract has now been renewed.

  • 15.11.2017
    Fire drill: safety first at the shipyard

    Altogether about 100 fire fighters were involved. These drills are of great importance for the shipyard and are held at regular intervals.

  • 14.11.2017
    Serious workplace accident at MEYER WERFT

    Late on Monday evening, there was a serious work-place accident in building dock II at MEYER WERFT, where a 51-year old employee from a partner firm lost his life.

  • 08.11.2017
    Keel laying ceremony for the Spectrum of the Seas

    This block is one of a total of 74 blocks for the new luxury liner and weighs altogether 938 tons. The keel laying ceremony marks the official start of construction for the Spectrum of the Seas. The ship will be one of the five largest cruise ships in the world with a gross tonnage of 168,800.

  • 26.10.2017
    Delivery of World Dream

    Today in Bremerhaven, MEYER WERFT handed over the new cruise vessel World Dream (151,300 GRT) to the Asian shipping company Dream Cruises, subsidiary of Genting Hong Kong. Together with the new design, this cruise ship offers passengers a wide range of special features and comfort. About 75% of the cabins are outer cabins and most of these have their own private balcony.

  • 22.09.2017
    Saga Cruises expands fleet with second new build ship

    Saga cruises confirms second ship option with Meyer Werft Spirit of Adventure will sail in Summer 2020 joining her sister ship Spirit of Discovery first sailing July 2019

  • 14.09.2017
    River Conveyance of World Dream

    The new cruise ship World Dream will probably leave Papenburg on Sunday, September 17, 2017 to be conveyed on the river Ems to Eemshaven (Netherlands).

  • 06.09.2017
    Keel laying ceremony for AIDAnova

    New LNG-powered cruise ship starts to take shape. This is Carnival Corporation's first vessel in a new series of extremely environmentally friendly ships with reduced emissions.

  • 21.08.2017
  • 15.08.2017
    Steel cutting for the first ship of the Quantum-Ultra class

    The steel cutting of the vessel number S.700 marks the start of construction for the first ship in the new Quantum-Ultra-class. Sebastian Brunila, Director Quantum-Class Projects at Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., pushed the start button of the computer-controlled cutting machine, thereby commencing work on the first steel plate for the new cruise ship.

  • 17.07.2017
    Disney Cruise Line Surprises D23 Fans with Announcement of Seventh Ship

    Bob Chapek, Chairman of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, announced plans today at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, Calif., to add a seventh ship to Disney Cruise Line’s award-winning fleet, giving families even more opportunities to create magical memories at sea and visit spectacular destinations around the globe.