Current News

  • 06.03.2015
    Ems Conveyance of Anthem of the Seas

    Ems Conveyance of Anthem of the Seas

  • 05.03.2015
    Start of Block Assembly of Ovation of the Seas

    The first block of the new cruise ship Ovation of the Seas was lifted into the building dock at MEYER WERFT in Papenburg. Adam Goldstein, CEO of Royal Caribbean International, put down the lucky penny in the dock before the block of the new ship was lowered by the 800-ts crane.

  • 20.02.2015
    Float out Anthem of the Seas - on Saturday around 1:00 pm

    Float out Anthem of the Seas - on Saturday atround1:00 pm

  • 20.02.2015
    Outstanding shipbuilding suppliers

    With the award of “Partner des jahres 2014”, MEYER WERFT pays tribute to its partners who have excelled themselves by virtue of their outstanding achievements in the last year. The ceremonial event, which was held this year for the ninth time, took place at the town hall Papenburg.

  • 19.02.2015
    Anthem of the Seas - will leave building dock II on Friday around 3:00 pm

    The latest cruise ship under construction - Anthem of the Seas - will leave the covered building dock on Friday, February 20, 2015 around 3:00 pm

  • 13.02.2015
    Anthem of the Seas to leave building dock II

    The latest cruise ship under construction - Anthem of the Seas - will leave building dock II of Meyer Werft shipyard in Northwestern Germany on Saturday, 21. Februar 2015. The 168.600-gt cruise ship Anthem of the Seas, one of the largest cruise ship in the world, is schedule to leave the shipyards covered building dock II early morning around 07.00 am. The ship is built for US cruise operator Royal Caribbean International.

  • 09.02.2015
    First steel cut for a new Star Cruises Ship

    The first piece of steel was cut at MEYER WERFT in Papenburg, Germany for the construction of the first ship with the construction number S. 711 for Asian operator Star Cruises.

  • 05.02.2015
    59 trainees of MEYER WERFT passed their final examinations in January 2015

    As part of a ceremony, the MEYER WERFT managing partners Bernard Meyer and Lambert Kruse now presented the graduates with their certificates and congratulated the young professionals on their success, wishing them all the best for their future as professionals.

  • 27.01.2015
    MEYER WERFT pleased with 'Masterplan Ems'

    Both the management of MEYER WERFT in Papenburg and the company's employees are pleased that the State of Lower Saxony, the federal government, surrounding rural districts, and environmental groups have created the 'Masterplan Ems 2050' to serve as a framework for a consensus-based solution to the task of enhancing the Ems region as a space for nature, economic activity and living.

  • 27.01.2015
    MEYER WERFT celebrates its anniversary: 220 years of shipbuilding in Papenburg

    MEYER WERFT celebrates its anniversary: on 28 January 2015, it will be 220 years since the shipyard in Papenburg an der Ems first opened, originally established by Willm Rolf Meyer in 1795 as 'Thurm Werft' on the main Papenburg canal. A hotel and the Papenburg city hall now stand at the original location. The shipyard is now in its sixth and seventh generations of family ownership and is managed by its CEOs Bernard Meyer, Dr. Jan Meyer and Lambert Kruse.

  • 29.12.2014
    Looking back on 2014

    For MEYER WERFT and NEPTUN WERFT 2014 was a historic year full of challenges. Early in the year talks started regarding a merger with STX Finland, which were concluded in late summer by establishing MEYER TURKU Oy. In 2014 the deliveries of five river cruise ships, two sea-going cruise ships and the research vessel Sonne in Papenburg, and the delivery of ten river cruise ships in Rostock/Warnemünde provided sufficient work.

  • 28.10.2014
    Quantum of the Seas Delivered

    oday in Bremerhaven MEYER WERFT delivered the 167,800-gt cruise ship Quantum of the Seas to the US cruise operator Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (Miami).

  • 19.09.2014
    Keel laid for Norwegian Escape

    Norwegian Cruise Line executives and officials from MEYER WERFT took part in the Keel-Laying Ceremony of Norwegian Escape on Friday, September 19, 2014. During the official ceremony, block number 35/41, one of 86 blocks that will comprise the 164,600 gross ton vessel, was lifted into the covered building dock. This is the start of the block assembly for Norwegian Escape.

  • 18.09.2014
    First steel cut for the third Quantum class ship

    The first piece of steel was cut at MEYER WERFT in Papenburg, Germany for the construction of the third ship of Quantum class for Royal Carribean International with the construction number S.699.

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