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P&O Cruises marks first construction milestone for newest ship with steel cutting ceremony at Meyer Werft in Papenburg. Name to be announced on Thursday May 24




The year 2020 will put P&O Cruises into the history books again, with the introduction of Britain's biggest ever cruise shipP&O Cruises marked an important construction milestone last week as it cut the first piece of steel for its newest ship being built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg. The steel cutting ceremony was attended by P&O Cruises senior vice president, Paul Ludlow; Carnival UK president Josh Weinstein and managing director of Meyer Werft, Tim Meyer.

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Norwegian Bliss Begins Conveyance



The Norwegian Bliss departed Meyer Werft in Papenburg, Germany, last night for her conveyance along the Ems River, and is arriving to Eemshaven, Netherlands, on Wednesday, according to Norwegian Cruise Line. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Carnival Corporation Orders Third New Ship for AIDA Cruises



AIDANovaCarnival Corporation & plc today announced it has signed a shipbuilding contract for a third next-generation cruise ship for its rapidly growing AIDA Cruises brand, the leading cruise line in Germany, which is the largest and fastest-growing cruise market in Europe.

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It’s a Bad Time to Build Ships—Unless They Are Cruise Ships



The world’s top shipbuilders are reeling from years of heavy losses, but two European companies are making big money by cornering the lucrative cruise business. Italy’s Fincantieri S.p.A and Germany’s Meyer Werft GmbH are fully booked for the next four years, according to the companies and marine-data provider Clarksons. (wsj.com)

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AIDAnova: First engine room module on Neptune shipyard finished




AIDANovaToday, Thursday, September 21, 2017, an AIDAnova module has been released into the water for the first time at the Neptun shipyard in Rostock, which belongs to the Meyer Group. This is the first of two floating parts, so-called Floating Engine Room Units (FERU), which was placed onto the Warnow river with a special lowering device.

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