Current News

  • 21.02.2017
    The world's first LNG cruise liner

    The steel cutting of the vessel with yard number S.696 at MEYER WERFT in Papenburg marks the start of construction for the first LNG cruise liner for AIDA Cruises.

  • 03.02.2017
    Change in the management at Meyer Werft

    Thomas Weigend is appointed as the new Managing Director of Meyer Werft. At present, he runs the sales and development activities (Sales & Design) of the three wharfs from Turku as a member of the management board. Born in Swabia, he joined MEYER WERFT as a shipbuilding engineer in 1999.

  • 10.01.2017
    Keel laying ceremony: World Dream

    MEYER WERFT held the keel laying ceremony for the new cruise ship World Dream with yard number S.712 in the covered building dock II.

  • 27.12.2016
    Looking back at 2016: New technologies for cruise ships

    The situation in shipping industry and in world shipbuilding has deteriorated significantly. Nevertheless, orders for new cruise ships received by MEYER WERFT in 2016 have reached a good level.

  • 28.10.2016
    Steel cutting for Norwegian Bliss

    The steel cutting of the vessel with yard number S.707 at MEYER WERFT in Papenburg marks the start of the construction of a further cruise ship for Norwegian Cruise Line.

  • 17.10.2016
    MEYER WERFT successfully certifies its quality management system

    MEYER WERFT has successfully certified its quality management system in accordance with DIN EN ISO 9001:2015.

  • 12.10.2016
    Genting Dream delivered

    Today in Bremerhaven, MEYER WERFT handed over the new cruise ship Genting Dream (151,300 GT) to the Asian cruise operator company Dream Cruises. Together with the new design, this luxury liner 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 balcony. Furthermore, Dream Cruises has a crew of around 1,700 to offer passengers a particularly high standard of service.

  • 06.10.2016
    Unique nationwide: commitment to disadvantaged young people

    MEYER WERFT, Emsland District Council (Job Centre) and Johannesburg in Surwold are training eight young people as metal technology specialists within the framework of cooperative further education from October. An agreement to this end was signed in Papenburg today.

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