New Mein Schiff 1
New Mein Schiff 1 is already the fifth Mein Schiff ship built by Meyer Turku to TUI Cruises. All of these ships feature design improvements based on careful observation of the passengers’ preferences. Hence the cruising experience of Mein Schiff 3 and Mein Schiff 4 were a critical starting point in 2015 when Meyer Turku’s architecture and engineering team together with TUI Cruises and their architects started to work on the improved New Mein Schiff 1 design. The outcome was a 20m lengthened ship combined with a substantial redesign of the passenger spaces and a number of new iconic features like the new diamond, which now spans the almost 50m breath of the ship, the new “Lagune” sun deck area, the new covered sports “Arena”, and the new elevated jogging track with a spectacular view.
Mein Schiff 6
Mein Schiff 6 is the fourth in a series of ships build by Turku shipyard for TUI Cruises. With Mein Schiff 6 the goal was to improve further from previous ships with a few fine tunings based on passenger feedback and at the same time build it with fewer hours than before.
Mein Schiff 5
As with the entire Mein Schiff fleet, the focus on Mein Schiff 5 is on well-being and spaciousness. But there are plenty of new features to discover as well: for example the Japanese restaurant Hanami – by Tim Raue that offers a tempting menu created by the two-Michelin-starred chef from Berlin.
Mein Schiff 4
Designed for the German premium-class cruise market, Mein Schiff cruise ships are sophisticated and highly innovative. The ships have been constructed using advanced and eco-friendly technologies.
Mein Schiff 3
The glass facade at the stern of the ship, approximately 167 m2 in size and in the shape of a diamond, is the design highlight of the third well-being ship. The diamond extends over two decks on the outside and imparts an unmistakable character to the new TUI Cruises ship.