Meyer Werft and Oceaya want to build floating event platform

Caption: Meyer Floating Solutions

Papenburg-based Meyer Werft is pushing ahead with its plans for the construction of alternative floating products with a new cooperation for the “Oceaya” project.

The specially founded company Meyer Floating Solutions has now announced a collaboration with Oceaya LLC. According to a press release, the company will “assume the decisive role as designer and construction service provider for the ground-breaking Oceaya project”.

This project is scheduled to go into operation in 2025. According to the partners, it represents “a significant milestone in the field of sustainable luxury entertainment, as it is the world’s first adaptive floating entertainment venue”.

Meyer, Floating, Oceaya
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Meyer becomes designer and construction service provider

Oceaya will have a modular design to become a platform for a variety of events, from upscale nightclubs and gourmet restaurants to cinemas and high-profile fashion shows. The size and shape can be changed from 370 m² to over 1,115 m². Meyer Floating Solutions brings expertise in engineering and floating construction to this project as a designer and construction services provider.

CEO Kaj Casén said: “With ‘Oceaya’ we are once again pushing the boundaries of the floating solutions market. This collaboration creates an unprecedented experience in luxury harbour facilities by adopting best practices from different industries.”

Daniels Ikajevs, CEO of Oceaya LLC and “the visionary” behind Oceaya, emphasised: “I wanted to work with a team that understands my complex concept and executes it with unparalleled expertise. Meyer has always been at the forefront of developing and building innovative projects. This collaboration is a pivotal moment in bringing Oceaya to life.”

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