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Norwegian Encore Emerges From Meyer Werft ship building dock For The First Time



Float Out of the “Norwegian Encore” at Meyer Werft (Credit: Ems -Dollart Media)

Norwegian Cruise Line today announced that its latest ship, Norwegian Encore, successfully completed a major construction milestone, when it emerged for the first time from the Meyer Werft ship building dock in Papenburg, Germany.

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Meyer Werft hands over Saga’s Spirit of Discovery




Spirit of Discovery (Courtesy Meyer Werf)Today, Jun 24,2019, Meyer Werft handed over Spirit of Discovery to the British cruise line Saga Cruises. The vessel with a rating of 58,250 GT is already the second new build completed by MEYER WERFT in 2019 after Spectrum of the Seas was delivered to Royal Caribbean International in April.

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Keel laying ceremony for Odyssey of the Seas at Meyer Werft




Excitement was in the air at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, today May 3, 2019, as Royal Caribbean International marked an important milestone in the development of Odyssey of the Seas. Scheduled to be delivered in fall 2020, Odyssey received its first block as the keel was officially lowered and put into place.

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Video: Spectrum of the Seas Float Out at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany




Spectrum of the Seas Float Out

Spectrum of the Seas is getting closer to completion as she was floated out of the dry dock on February 25th, 2019 to begin the next phase of her construction at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. Designed specifically for the Chinese market, Spectrum is scheduled for delivery in April 2019.

 

 

 

 

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Royal Caribbean International Celebrates Steel Cutting of Odyssey of the Seas at Meyer Werft



Odyssey of the Seas Steel Cutting at Meyer Werft

Royal Caribbean International marked an important milestone today as the first piece of steel was cut for its second Quantum Ultra Class ship at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The 27th ship in the global cruise line’s fleet is set to be named Odyssey of the Seas. Set to debut in fall 2020, Odyssey of the Seas will sail from the United States.

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