Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition.
Join us and discover what’s new in the commercial marine industry.
Meet UK Government Departments, including the National Shipbuilding Office (NSO), Ministry of Defence (MOD) and the newly formed Department for Business and Trade (DBT) hosting business briefings.
Attend Commercial Marine Network’s Get Set For Workboat 2050 series 3 session 5: Port Infrastructure & Alternative Fuels
Learn from - bitesize, in-person Seawork Conference sessions focusing on specific topics relevant and make a difference.
Discover the latest equipment, services, projects and vessels at the Seawork Innovations Showcase, supported by SMI.
Hear from Industry leaders on ‘Understanding the Power of Tidal Projects’, hosted by The Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA).
Find out about joining the workforce of the future at Seawork’s Careers & Training Day.
Take part in the Workboat Association’s Safety Forum, highlighting new regulations in this industry sector.
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.
12,000m2 of undercover halls
500 exhibitors with over 70 vessels, floating plant and equipment on the quayside and pontoons.
A range of on-water demonstrations
European Commercial Marine Awards
Highly regarded Conference programme, chaired by industry experts,
Careers & Training Day, Thursday 15 June encouraging skills into the industry
Speed@Seawork, Monday 12 June - a sector specific event for fast vessels operating at high speed for security interventions and Search & Rescue.
Exhibitors continue connecting to the Seawork audience on Seawork Connect before, during and after the event.
Seawork 2023 – tried, tested and trusted.
CONNECTING THE COMMERCIAL MARINE INDUSTRY
Seawork, the leading European commercial marine exhibition, is using the latest online technology to keep exhibitors and visitors in touch and doing business before and after this year’s event, 13-15 June, Southampton, UK.
Seawork Connect allows exhibitors to maintain a strong virtual presence all year round and to connect at any time to potential new customers, suppliers and distributors.
Visitors can use the Connect functions on seawork.com to visit virtually this year’s exhibitors and connect with other visitors, setting up instant and scheduled meetings, easily accessing product information, collecting valuable contact details and attending free online events.
Leading AI matching technology behind the Connect platform means that the more users reach out to others in the industry the wider their network grows, and with it the opportunities for increased business. Users can even download reports on the activity around their profile, a useful sales lead tool.
Seawork Connect also offers users, both exhibitors and visitors, the chance to keep up to date with industry trends, moves and business updates as well as the latest news on recruitment, skills and professional development.
Read more here: https://seawork.com/newfront/news/connecting-the-commercial-marine-industry