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11 Apr 2024
Farra Marine is to sponsor The Maritime Professional of the Year award at this year’s European Commercial Marine Awards (ECMAs).
11 Apr 2024
An investment program to increase the advancement of maritime sustainability has resulted in a strategic loan for EST-Floattech.
11 Apr 2024
Kongsberg Maritime is to supply its Promas propulsion system to the latest vessel in the United States Coast Guard (USCG)’s new Offshore Patrol Cutter (OPC) Heritage Class program.
11 Apr 2024
Farra Marine is to sponsor The Maritime Professional of the Year award at this year’s European Commercial Marine Awards (ECMAs).
11 Apr 2024
An investment program to increase the advancement of maritime sustainability has resulted in a strategic loan for EST-Floattech.
11 Apr 2024
Kongsberg Maritime is to supply its Promas propulsion system to the latest vessel in the United States Coast Guard (USCG)’s new Offshore Patrol Cutter (OPC) Heritage Class program.





 


WHY EXHIBIT?


SEAWORK:
25th edition of Europe’s largest on-water commercial marine and workboat exhibition.
A proven platform to build business networks.
An international audience of visitors.
The meeting place for the commercial marine and workboat sector. 
Supported by our trusted partners.
Marine Civils is co-located with Seawork.


THE FACTS:
12,000m2 of fully ventilated undercover halls.
500 exhibitors with over 70 vessels, floating plant and equipment on the quayside and pontoons. 
A range of on-water demonstrations.


FEATURES:
European Commercial Marine Awards. 
Innovations Showcase.
Highly regarded Conference programme, chaired by industry experts.
Careers & Training Day, Thursday 13 June encouraging skills into the industry. 
Speed@Seawork, Monday 10 June - a sector-specific event for fast vessels operating at high speed for security interventions and Search & Rescue.


SEAWORK CONNECT
Exhibitors continue connecting to the Seawork audience on Seawork Connect before, during and after the event.

Seawork 2024 – tried, tested and trusted.

WHAT'S ON?





Speed@Seawork returns to Cowes, IOW, for its 5th edition, with sea trials of an international field of fast vessels that operate at high speed in the arena of security intervention and Search And Rescue.  

Aimed squarely at facilitating growth and development for the design, build and operation of these vessels, Speed@Seawork turns the spotlight on this significant specialist sector of the commercial marine business, offering knowledge sharing, networking, exhibiting, sponsorship and demonstration opportunities.

Delegates can take part in the sea trials and access sector-specific companies throughout the day, as well as receiving pertinent keynote speeches from Procurement and MOD personnel, along with vessel and equipment manufacturers. 

Find out more about exhibiting, sponsoring or attending this event here.

Speed@Seawork is the sector-specific feature of Seawork, Europe’s leading commercial marine exhibition organised by Mercator Media, held on Monday 10 June 2024.


Read more here: https://seawork.com/aboutspeed

LATEST CONTENT



 


SEAWORK TESTIMONIALS - HIGHLIGHTS 2023


See what the Seawork Exhibitors had to say about Seawork 2023!

Hear from:
Alan Goodchild,
MD, Goodchild Marine, UK – exhibited at the 1st Seawork exhibition in 1998.

Sylvia Ruizendaal, COO, Fender Innovations BV – this Dutch company won their category in the Innovations Showcase at Seawork in 2012.  

James Coker, Sales Director, Osmotech, UK – first time exhibitor at Seawork.

Russ Chadwick, General Manager, Sleipner Motor Ltd - this Norwegian company have exhibited at Seawork for over 10 years now.

Arnd Baurichter, CEO, Dacoma, Denmark – the Airkeel was an exhibit in the Innovations Showcase at Seawork 2023 and won the Innovation Award in its category.

Barry McCooey, MD, M&H Engines, UK – held the European launch of their new EU Stage V, (Marine & Hazardous Engines) engines at Seawork 2023.

Andrew Webster, CEO, Mercator Media, Seawork organiser with his thoughts on the Seawork 2023 exhibition.

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