Steel cut for two River Class vessels

At the steel-cutting ceremony of the Rhine Class river cruise vessels

The first plates of the 135m-long luxury vessels Crystal Debussy and Crystal Ravel, which will be operated by Genting Group subsidiary Crystal River Cruises, were flame-cut in the presence of Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay, executive chairman of Genting Group, Harry Glawe, the Economics Minister of the local German state Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, and many other guests. The 3,100gt Crystal Debussy and Crystal Ravel are due for delivery in 2018.
The latest vessels are third and fourth in the series. The Crystal Bach and the Crystal Mahler are already under construction and due for delivery later this year. With capacity for up to 106 passengers, the ships will cruise European rivers including the Rhine, Danube, Main and Moselle in Germany, Austria, Hungary and the Netherlands. Cruise guests will enjoy the height of luxury with three gourmet restaurants, a personal butler service and the highest guest-to-crew ratio on any river boat.
MV Werften’s orderbook now comprises nine ships with work extending over the next five years. The three-shipyard group, which has direct access to the Baltic Sea, has some of Europe’s largest docks and covered fabrication facilities in Wismar, Rostock and Stralsund. The company is currently investing in a laser thin-plate welding line, cabin manufacturing, latest software and automation technology.

Executives, dignitaries and staff have celebrated a steel-cutting ceremony for two more Rhine Class river cruise vessels at MV Werften in Wismar, Germany.

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