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Seawork rising

This year's Seawork is rising from the ground and preparing to get its vessels afloat, ready to welcome key decision makers in the commercial marine industry from across the world.

The expert operations team is now on site at Southampton’s Mayflower Park to oversee the erection of the vast pavilions and installation of the vital pontoons which make up Europe’s largest commercial marine exhibition.

Over the next eleven days the city park and waterfront will come alive, ready to house over ten thousand commercial marine products, dozens of vessels and up to eight thousand people.

By the time Seawork opens on Tuesday 11 June the site will feature five halls, a temporary marina, waterfront restaurant and full catering facilities, a dive tank, on-water demonstration area, viewing platform, Conference village, operations compound and press office.

Seawork runs from 11 – 13 June. To register to attend click here

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