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Start Of Production In New Shipbuilding Hall Complex at MV Werften




One of the most advanced welding plants in Europe was put into operation at the MV WERFTEN yard in Rostock today (Nov.28). Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania’s Economics Minister Harry Glawe, representatives of Genting Hong Kong, MV WERFTEN, the automation provider Pemamek as well as other project partners were present in the new Hall 11 when the plant produced its first weld seam.

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Genting Cruise Lines To Live Stream Keel Laying Of Dream Cruises’ New Global Class Ship Via Facebook And Weibo. Launch Naming Contest for First Global Class Ship




MV Werften's Global Class ship. Above pictured in Rostock (Artist impression MV Werften)Genting Cruise Lines will celebrate the next important milestone in the construction of Dream Cruises’ new Global Class ship with the Keel Laying ceremony to be held on Tuesday, September 11 at 14:00, CEST (Central European Summer Time).

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117 Trainees Begin Their Professional Journeys at MV Werften



MV WERFTEN continues its great trainee offensive: 105 new apprentices and 12 dual-system students began their professional training at the shipbuilding group today. The trainees were welcomed by the management, works council and their future supervisors at a ceremony in the Wismar shipbuilding hall.

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Dream Cruises Releases More Global Class Renderings




MV Werften’s Global Class ship. Above pictured in Rostock (Artist impression MV Werften)Dream Cruises has released additional renderings and more details on its upcoming pair of Global-class newbuilds. The first ship will join the company’s fleet in late 2020, and feature artificial intelligence including facial and voice recognition to eliminate most queues. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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Theme Park, Robots and More for Genting’s Global Class



Genting Hong Kong revealed more details of its upcoming 5,000-guest 204,000-ton Global-class ships, with the first set to debut for the Dream Cruises brand at the end of 2020, followed by a sister ship at the end of 2021. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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