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Meyer Werft, Papenburg

(4.3/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Meyer Werft lets you tour one of world's leading builders of luxury passenger ships. Take in the size of the ships, as well as the engineering necessary to construct them, while you learn about the history of the shipyard and the processes that take place inside. Group tours are only available in German, but you can ask for notes in English at the shop. Private English tours can be arranged through the tourist office if you are willing to spend more money for one. To visit Meyer Werft and other attractions in Papenburg, use our Papenburg itinerary maker.
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  • On image are cruise ships already big but if you, in addition to one under construction state see only really about what formats it goes. Unfortunately, we were not in the great Hall because there a nearly ready ship lay.
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  • very interesting the emergence of giant ships. a visit is always worthwhile. the halls are of enormous size
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  • The largest pots of this world come from Papenburg. The Queens of the seas are produced there on the flat land. The promotional tour was highly interesting and informative; the extent of overwhelming size can be understood properly in fact only by inspection. Highly recommended.
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  • We liked the organization of the tour. You are picked up in the city by the Rathaus/parking lot by a bus and taken to the shipyard. Along the way you are given a bit of the city's history. When you get there you are taken to see a few short films about the history of the company. Then the guide takes you to each station. We had a lady named Ruth and she was very knowledgeable and kind. At the end you of course land in the gift shop before you are taken back to the parking lot. We can't wait to get on a cruise ship! Ahoy!
  • Great site and pictures.
  • After entering the premises of the shipyard is aware of only one, how great it is here. It enters the production halls will be even bigger. Much information on the tours. Ship transfers attract much crowd coming visit planned, then at an early stage. With the bike from outside, it's always better off.
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  • Definitely worth a visit. Very interesting to see a cruise ship giant in the construction. We were lucky to admire the almost finished Genting dream in the dock.
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  • The presentation of the company's history was very appealing, the logistics and modern technology for the construction of the ocean liners was very impressive
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