ALMACO to deliver provision stores for new vessels built at Meyer Werft

Posted on January 26, 2023

Two new vessels of a major American cruise line will be equipped with ALMACO’s state-of-the-art Provisions Store solutions. The vessels will be built at MEYER WERFT in Papenburg and are planned to be delivered to the owner in 2024 and 2025.

We are happy to announce that MEYER WERFT has chosen ALMACO for supplying and installing 1,820 m2 of provision store areas onboard two newbuild vessels of an American cruise line. The vessels are sister ships to an already existing vessel and will thereby be the second and third vessels in the series. With a gross tonnage of over 140,000 GT, the LNG-powered ships are the largest ships in the cruise line’s fleet. The ships will serve over 1,500 crew members and 4,000 guests with culinary delicacies in their restaurants, as well as in their top-class crew dining areas.

Frédéric Vasseur, President of the Catering Division at ALMACO, says, “We are very happy to have received the contract for the two newest vessels of the series. Our long experience in providing provision store solutions and great co-operation with MEYER WERFT helped us seal the deal. We are very much looking forward to completing yet another project with our highly skilled and reliable partner MEYER WERFT.”
The vessels will be delivered to the owner and set sail in 2024 and 2025.

For more information, contact

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Frederic Vasseur

President, Catering Division

+33 676 192 072

[email protected]


MEYER WERFT is one of the largest and most modern shipyards in the world. The company’s roots can be traced back to the year 1795, when Willm Rolf Meyer founded the shipyard in Papenburg. The family business is now in its seventh generation. The other shipyards in the MEYER Group are NEPTUN WERFT in Rostock and MEYER TURKU in Finland. MEYER WERFT design and build cruise ships, river cruise ships and ferries – tailored to the needs of its clients and with a wealth of expertise and innovative solutions.