MEYER WERFT - Odyssey of the Seas successfully undocked

MEYER WERFT - Odyssey of the Seas successfully undocked


28th November, 2020 - The Royal Caribbean Group's latest new building, the Odyssey of the Seas, has left construction dock II at MEYER WERFT. At the beginning of May 2019, the shipyard celebrated the laying of the keel of the 347-meter-long cruise ship. The takeover of the ship was originally planned for this month. Due to COVID-19, delivery has been postponed to April 2021.

Today the Odyssey of the Seas left MEYER WERFT's covered building dock II. The ship is moored in the shipyard at the equipment pier. A crane will shortly lift the masts and the funnel onto the cruise ship. The interior of the Odyssey of the Seas will be completed at the equipment pier in the coming months. At the same time, various tests are carried out on the pier system. After completion, the mandatory Emspassage is on the agenda. The ship then completes the nautical and technical test drives. The handover to Royal Caribbean is scheduled for April 2021.

Odyssey of the Seas at the equipment pier

Odyssey of the Seas at the equipment pier © MEYER WERFT


The cruise ship, which is assigned to the Quantum Ultra class, is measured at around 169.000 GT. Its overall length is 347,10 meters and its width is 41,40 meters. The Odyssey takes more than 5.000 passengers at full capacity. With the Spectrum of the Seas, the first prototype of this class of ship was handed over to Royal Caribbean in July 2019.

 

 

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