SEAWORK: Europe’s Premier Commercial Marine and Workboat Exhibition

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SEAWORK, Europe’s largest on-water commercial marine and workboat exhibition, is set to make a grand return from 13th to 15th June 2023. The prestigious event will take place at the esteemed Mayflower Park in Southampton, Hampshire, UK. Boasting a remarkable track record, SEAWORK has established itself as the foremost platform for building business networks and connecting with an international audience.

The exhibition serves as a vital meeting place for professionals and enthusiasts from the commercial marine and workboat sector. Supported by trusted partners, SEAWORK offers a wide range of opportunities for industry players to showcase their expertise, products, and services. Adding even more value to the event, Marine Civils will be co-located with SEAWORK, further enriching the experience for attendees.

SEAWORK is characterized by its impressive scale and offerings. Spanning across 12,000 square meters of undercover halls, the exhibition accommodates around 500 exhibitors. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore over 70 vessels, floating plant and equipment, showcased on the quayside and pontoons. Additionally, a series of on-water demonstrations will captivate audiences, presenting cutting-edge technologies and innovative solutions in action.

Among the notable features of SEAWORK are the European Commercial Marine Awards, an esteemed recognition of excellence in the industry, and the Innovations Showcase, where the latest advancements take center stage. Moreover, a highly regarded Conference program, chaired by industry experts, provides invaluable insights into emerging trends and challenges.

SEAWORK goes beyond being a mere exhibition; it is a platform that fosters growth and development in the industry. On Thursday, 15th June, a dedicated Careers & Training Day will encourage aspiring individuals to bring their skills into the sector, while industry-specific events like Speed@Seawork on Monday, 12th June, will focus on fast vessels operating at high speed for security interventions and Search & Rescue.

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