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Ocean Safety sponsors Speed@Seawork 2022

Ocean Safety, specialist in the worldwide supply, distribution, service and hire of marine safety equipment, is delighted to be sponsoring the 2022 edition of Speed@Seawork.

Focusing on the commercial high speed marine sector, Speed@Seawork will take place on Monday 20 June at Cowes Yacht Haven on the Isle of Wight. At the event, Ocean Safety will be showcasing products from its commercial range as well as giving live demonstrations of its vital lifesaving equipment to the attending specialist delegates.

Following Speed@Seawork, Ocean Safety will be exhibiting at the main Seawork exhibition at Mayflower Park in Southampton, 21-23 June.

Displaying an extensive range of its eponymous commercial marine safety equipment, Ocean Safety will also be displaying a selection of quality safety products from its core suppliers, including AquaSpec, Spinlock, Ocean Signal, Hammar, Typhoon International, Dacon and Hansson Pyrotechnics.

In addition, on the first day of the show, Ocean Safety will be launching an exciting new extension to its commercial marine liferaft range, offering CTVs, tugboats, ferries and workboats a greater choice when selecting or replacing liferafts to meet safety requirements and regulations.
“We’re delighted to be sponsoring Speed@Seawork as well as exhibiting at the main Seawork event in Southampton,” says Ocean Safety’s managing director, Alistair Hackett. “It’s such an important event for the commercial marine sector. We’re looking forward to meeting both customers and industry colleagues face to face again at the first Seawork since 2019, where our team of commercial marine safety experts will be on hand to provide advice on product ranges, servicing schedules and hire options.”

Exhibitor: Ocean Safety 
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