A lot of people know about MEYER WERFT. Nevertheless, a whole lot more people know about YouTube. Both together result in an own MEYER WERFT-channel on YouTube. Here we offer professionally processed videos for our fans and for people interested in the shipyard. The channel can be reached on YouTube under the name MeyerWerft1795.
Research Vessel SONNE01-Dec-2014
The new “SONNE” ordered by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) represents the pinnacle of shipbuilding excellence in the field of research vessels. Energy efficiency and environmental friendliness are key aspects in the function of the ship, combined with operational flexibility, endurance and low operating costs.
River Ems Conveyance of Quantum of the Seas22-Sep-2014
The cruise ship Quantum of the Seas has started its River Ems Conveyance on Monday, September 22, 2014. Quantum is the largest ship that has ever been built at MEYER WERFT.
Float-out of Quantum of the Seas13-Aug-2014
In the morning of August 13, 2014, Quantum of the Seas, the new cruise ship for the shipping company Royal Caribbean International, has been towed from MEYER WERFT’s building dock II by tugboats.
Shipbuilding Impressions 201317-Dec-2013
MEYER WERFT has acquired an excellent reputation regarding the construction of special ships over the last decades. The company is especially known for the construction of large, modern and sophisticated cruise ships.
Transfer of the Disney Fantasy12-Jan-2012
The cruise ship Disney Fantasy left MEYER WERFT on Friday, January 20th, 2012. The ship left Papenburg a few hours earlier than planned and began her journey to the North Sea.
Practical Training at MEYER WERFT05-Mar-2012
Career entry is a difficult and important step for young people. MEYER WERFT is aware of that and therefore offers practical training in an internationally well-known shipbuilding company through a dual study program.
Family Day at the Shipyard30-Oct-2011
Where usually hard work is done, families celebrated in the end of October 2011. MEYER WERFT’s staff could visit the shipyard with their relatives and the various departments introduced themselves and their work. The shipyard’s workflows were demonstrated through exhibitions, films and presentations.