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Deltamarin and Elomatic designing both Global-class ships for Dream Cruises

Deltamarin and Elomatic contracted by MV Werften to design second Global-class ship

Deltamarin and Elomatic, both from Turku, Finland, have signed a significant agreement with MV Werften Wismar for the basic and detail design of a second Global-class cruise ship for Dream Cruises.

Design contract worth €33.5m

The value of the contract is approximately €16.5m for Deltamarin and €17m for Elomatic. The vessel will be built in parallel in Wismar and Rostock, Germany, and design work has already commenced.

The vessel is the second in the series of Global-class vessels for Dream Cruises. In addition to engineering, Deltamarin and Elomatic will provide site services at the shipyard during the construction of the vessel.

Deltamarin and Elomatic also did a large part of the basic and detail design of the first ship due to be delivered in 2020 and on completion it will be the largest ever built in Germany.

Designed for Asian market

The second 204,000gt vessel will also be approximately 342mtr long and 46.4mtr wide. The ships are designed for the Asian market and have 5,000 lower berths.

‘We are very proud to continue the strategic partnership with MV Werften. We look forward to further developing the cooperation with the yard, providing them with excellent services and helping them execute Genting’s extensive newbuilding program,’ said Deltamarin ceo Janne Uotila.

‘We are very happy that MV Werften continues to trust in our expertise and ability to design world-class cruise ships and we look forward to designing the second vessel in this remarkable Global-class series’ remarked Elomatic ceo Patrik Rautaheimo.

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