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New Meyer concept: mega yacht + floating villa

Following the official launch of the Meyer Yachts brand in 2021, the Papenburg-based shipbuilding group has now presented a new “revolutionary” concept.

Meyer Yachts presented “Three05” at the most important superyacht trade fair, the Monaco Yacht Show[ds_preview].

After the “One50” and “Two10”, a concept for a combination of a 125 m long yacht and a 180 m long so-called “Floating Solution” now follows. The shipyard group, which has sites in Papenburg, Warnemünde and Turku, Finland, announced that this would combine the two new “Yachts ” and “Floating Solutions” divisions.

Managing Director Thomas Weigend explained: “The villa and yacht form a creative and functional unit at anchor and therefore offer the possibility of accommodating larger companies. At the same time, the ‘Three05’ can also be a very private retreat with its own superyacht shuttle.”

Large and complex ships are one of the Group’s core competencies. For years, the shipbuilding halls, which can be up to 504 m long, have almost exclusively produced ships with a length of almost 350 m. “Megayachts are a market segment that we can serve excellently at our shipyards. We are currently receiving very interesting inquiries. The move to enter this market was the right one,” said Managing Director Bernard Meyer. However, there has been no news of a major concrete order to date.

Meyer Yachts wants to set a “new benchmark”

The 180 m long Floating Solution, a floating and anchored villa, offers 2,100 m² of living space and, among other things, a helipad and a veritable marina that can accommodate guests’ tenders, for example. The yacht itself has a volume of around 7,500 GT and, according to the shipyard, “in addition to comfortable accommodation for up to 30 guests, can be equipped with any entertainment solutions that a future owner may desire.” “With this 305 m long combination, we are setting a new benchmark for luxurious living on the water,” continued Weigend.

Hybrid drive with fuel cell

The 125 m long yacht is powered by a hybrid technology consisting of fuel cells and batteries. Solar cells and wind turbines are installed on the Floating Solution to generate energy and sustainable materials are used in its construction.


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Caption: The "Three05" concept (© Meyer Yachts)