keyboard_arrow_left See all news

Recent News

26 Sep, 2022 /
Seawork Press FP
World’s most advanced 100% electric passenger ferry unveiled
Leading maritime design and applied technologies company Artemis Technologies has unveil...
23 Sep, 2022 /
Seawork Press FP
New firefighting pair join the brigade
Two new fire boats have entered service on the River Thames, London, UK for the London F...
22 Sep, 2022 /
Seawork Press FP
Come on in - the marine world is lovely
The push to recruit the skilled workforce of tomorrow is underway across the marine indu...
22 Sep, 2022 /
Seawork Press FP
New class to be developed to support FOWT
A new class of vessel that will be capable of supporting the next big development in off...
20 Sep, 2022 /
Seawork Press FP
Designing for decarbonisation
Vessel hull design is an intrinsic component of decarbonisation. Balancing the hull form...
11 Jun, 2020
keyboard_arrow_left See all news

2021 - a very good solution

The Workboat Association is planning ahead with the 23rd edition of Seawork already in its sights.

As the trade, skills and safety standards association for the workboat industry, The Workboat Association acts as a crucial point of liaison between its membership and key regulatory and industry bodies.

Kerrie Forster, CEO, said, “The Workboat Association will be exhibiting once again at Seawork 2021, the event has been a fixture in our calendar since its inception. With a well-attended exhibition and conferences Seawork is the one-time opportunity of the year to meet with the ‘industry as a whole’ all under one roof.”

“We believe the decision to postpone the event until 2021 was a very good solution and we look forward to its return.”

The Workboat Association drives the creation of safety, technical and best practice standards, providing a unifying platform for industry lobbying and debate, and delivers industry-recognised training and certification opportunities. The association’s membership base of over 100 UK and European workboat owners and operators collectively represents over 600 operational vessels

Processing. Please wait.
Loading...