AIDAdiva

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2007

AIDAdiva is the first of seven ships of AIDA Series designed by Nelton. Interesting fact about the vessel is that shipyard's builders needed 200 tons of paint and 27 500 sqm of carpet to finish AIDA Diva to the last detail.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 252 m
Breadth/ Width 32,2 m
Depth 7,30 m
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Involvement Detail engineering

Radiance of the Seas

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2001

Owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. It is first cruise ship to feature pool tables that are stabilized by a computer-controlled gyroscope, plus it has the most glass of any Royal Caribbean ship. It is one of 6 ships from RCI series designed by Nelton.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 293,0 m
Breadth/ Width 32,0 m
Draft 8,0 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Pride of America

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Lloyd Werft
year
2003

Norwegian Cruise Line's vessel. The ship was initially slated for completion in 2004, but the delivery date was pushed back to 2005 after a major storm hit the Lloyd Werft shipyard and caused considerable damage to the vessel, partially sinking her at its berth.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 280,6 m
Length BP 257,6 m
Depth 20,07 m
Draft 8,0 m
Orderer LLOYD WERFT Bremerhaven
Country of construction Bremerhaven (outfitting), Mississippi (hull)
Involvement Detail engineering

Brilliance of the Seas

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2002

Brilliance of the Seas has been operated by Royal Caribbean International UK Ltd. It is one of 6 ships from RCI series designed by Nelton.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 292 m
Depth 11.5 m
Draft 8.5 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Serenade of the Seas

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2003

Serenade of the Seas has been operated by Royal Caribbean International; it sails the Southern Mediterranean, departing every 2 weeks from its new home port of Barcelona. Previously it alternated between Alaska the Western Caribbean and Southern Caribbean itineraries. It is one of 6 ships from RCI series designed by Nelton.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 293.2 m
Draft 8.5 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Jewel of the Seas

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2004

Jewel of the Seas has been operated by Royal Caribbean International. It is one of 6 ships from RCI series designed by Nelton.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 293 m
Draft 8.1 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

QUANTUM OF THE SEAS

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2014

Quantum of the Seas is RCI's cruise liner described as the mirale of innovation. It is equipped with the jewel-shaped observational capsule placed at height of 90 metres and ensuring breathtaking 360° views of the sea. It is one of 6 ships from RCI series designed by Nelton, and is the first ship of the Quantum class.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 347,75 m
Length BP 320,1 m
Breadth/ Width 41,4 m
Depth 8,5 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Involvement Detail Engineering; Deck equipment arrangement; Electrical arrangements; Engine room outfitting

Anthem of the Seas

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2015

Anthem of the Seas is the second ship of the Quantum class, and was delivered in the sping of 2015. It is one of 6 ships from RCI series designed by Nelton.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 348 m
Draft 8.5 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Disney Fantasy

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2012

Disney Fantasy is the second vessel of the Disney Cruise Line - a sister ship of the Disney Dream. It is one of the two ships of DCL designed by Nelton, and one of four in the whole Disney fleet.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 339.5 m
Draft 8.7 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail Engineering

Disney Dream

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2011

Disney Dream is the first vessel of the Disney Cruise Line (DCL), which is a part of the Walt Disney Company. It combines innovative ship design with the wonderful and playful world of Disney. It is one of two ships of DCL designed by Nelton, and one of four in the whole Disney fleet.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 339.5 m
Draft 8.7 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Celebrity Solstice

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2008

Celebrity Solstice is the first of the five ships of the Celebrity Cruises (each of the Solstice-class) designed by Nelton. Its length is almost three time longer than a football field.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 317.2 m
Draft 8.2 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail Engineering

Norwegian Escape

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2015

Norwegian Escape is the first ship of the Breakaway PLUS class - one of 11 vessels designed by Nelton. It combines the features of the Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Getaway, however, it offers one additional deck.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 325.9 m (for PLUS class)
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail Engineering

AIDAbella

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2008

AIDAbella is the second ship of the AIDA Series designed by Nelton, and thus, is a sister ship to AIDAdiva and AIDAluna. The vessel cnsists of 55 steel blocks weighting 24 750 tons. It can accommodate over 2 050 passengers.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 252 m
Draft 7.5 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

AIDAluna

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2009

AIDAluna is the third out of seven ships of AIDA Series designed by Nelton. It has a capacity of 2 100 passengers and 13 decks.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 252 m
Draft 7.3 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

AIDAblu

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2010

AIDAblue is the fourth out of seven ships of AIDA Series designed by Nelton. It has 15 decks, extended wellness area of 450 sqm and the capacity of 2 050 passengers.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 252 m
Draft 7.3 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

AIDAsol

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2011

AIDAsol is the fifth out of seven ships of AIDA Series designed by Nelton, which was ordered already in 2007.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 252 m
Capacity 2 174 passengers
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

AIDAmar

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2012

AIDAmar is the sixth ship out of seven of AIDA Series designed by Nelton. It is considered to be one of the most eco- and environmental-friendly vessel on all oceans thanks to iys hull design, water-saving intelligent technology and a low friction underwater coat.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 252 m
Draft 7.3 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

AIDAstella

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2013

AISAstella is the seventh out of seven vessels of AIDA Series designed by Nelton, and thus, it the last ship for now.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 253,3 m
Draft 7.3 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Celebrity Equinox

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2009

Celebrity Equinox is the second ship out of the five ships of the Celebrity Cruises (each of the Solstice-class) designed by Nelton. It is a sister ship to the Celebrity Solstice and has a capacity of more than 2 852 passengers.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 317.2 m
Draft 8.3 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Celebrity Eclipse

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2010

Celebrity Eclipse is the third out of the five ships of the Celebrity Cruises (each of the Solstice-class) designed by Nelton. It is a sister ship of Celebrity Solstice and Celebrity Equinox, and has 17 decks.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 317.2 m
Draft 8.3 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Celebrity Silhouette

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2011

Celebrity Silhouette is the fourth out of the five ships of the Celebrity Cruises (each of the Solstice-class) designed by Nelton. It is built to the same design as the preceding 3 vessels, however, it is able to carry more passengers, i.e. 2 885 people.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 319 m
Draft 8.3 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Celebrity Reflection

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2012

Celebrity Reflection is the last out of the five ships of the Celebrity Cruises (each of the Solstice-class) designed by Nelton. It is able to carry 3 030 passengers - 150 more than other Solstice class.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 319 m
Draft 8.6 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Norwegian Crown

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
1993

Norwegian Crown is one of NCL's eleven vesssels designed by Nelton. Originally, in 1988 it was named Crown Odyssey, later the ship was renamed into Norwegian Crown, and currently is called MV Balmoral. In 2007-2008 it was lengthened by 30 metres.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 187.71 m
Draft 6.8 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Norwegian Spirit

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
1999

Norwegian Spirit is one of the NCL's eleven vessels designed by Nelton. Originally (when built for Star Cruises), it was named SuperStar Leo, but in 2004 it was bought by the Norwegian Cruise Line and the ship was renamed to Norwegian Spirit.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 268 m
Depth 7.92 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Norwegian Star

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2001

Norwegian Star is one of the NCL's eleven vessels designed by Nelton. Intended for Star Cruises, it was named SuperStar Libra, however, when transferred to Norwegian Cruise Line, it was renamed to Norwegian Star.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 294.13 m
Draft 8.2 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Norwegian Dawn

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2002

Norwegian Dawn is one of the NCL's eleven vessels designed by Nelton. It was the first NCL ship to carry hull art thanks to underwent overhaul in 2005. One of the distinguishing features is the Statue of Liberty on vessel's hull.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 294.13 m
Draft 8.5 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Norwegian Jewel

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2005

Norwegian Jewel is one of NCL's eleven vessels designed by Nelton. It is a lead vessel of Norwegian Cruise Line's Jewel class ships, offering Garden and Couryard Villas.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 294.13 m
Draft 8.23 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Pride of Hawaii/Norwegian Jade

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2006

Pride of Hawaii is one of NCL's eleven vessels designed by Nelton, which currently is known as Norwegian Jade.It has 15 decks and is able to carry 2 224 passengers.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 294.13 m
Draft 8 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Norwegian Pearl

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2007

Norwegian Pearl is one of NCL's eleven vesssels designed by Nelton. It is a Jewel class ship of Norwegian Cruise Line together with the Norwegian Jewel, Norwegian Jade and Norwegian Gem. Shipyard's builders used 67 steel blocks for its construction.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 294.13 m
Draft 8.23 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Norwegian Gem

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2007

Norwegian Gem is one of NCL's eleven vesssels designed by Nelton, plus is a Jewel class ship of Norwegian Cruise Line together with Norwegian Jewel, Norwegian Jade and Norwegian Pearl. Its capacity is equal to 2 384 passengers and 1 154 crew.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 294.13 m
Draft 8.2 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Norwegian Breakaway

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2013

Norwegian Breakaway is one of NCL's eleven vesssels designed by Nelton. It consists of 73 steel blocks and offers 18 decks full of entertainment.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 324 m
Draft 8.8 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering

Norwegian Getaway

type
Cruise Vessels
shipyard
Meyer Werft
year
2014

Norwegian Getaway is one of NCL's eleven vesssels designed by Nelton, and is a sistership to Norwegian Breakaway. As for February 2014, the ship was the 9th largest cruise ship in the world with a capacity of 3 969 passengers and a crew of 1 640.

technical details
quality value
Length OA 325.7 m
Draft 8.8 m
Orderer Meyer Werft GmbH
Country of construction Papenburg, Germany
Involvement Detail engineering