Seawork 2016 - Commercial & Workboat Show
Seawork 2016 is being held at the waterside locaton Mayflower Park in Southampton, UK from 14 to 16 June 2016.
Since 1998 Seawork has delivered a unique on-shore and on-water trade exhibition. Seawork is Europe’s largest commercial marine exhibition with conference and awards attracting 7,500 industry professionals, 10,000 products and services plus over 70 vessels.
On water demonstrations are a vital part of Seawork and exhibitors are always kept busy with a stream of potential customers ready to assess the performance of their craft. A variety of vessels regularly slip from the marina to utilise the fast demonstration area on Southampton Water.
Seawork’s move to Mayflower Park has significantly increased the capacity for on water exhibitors, which has now made the on water exhibition capability the very heart of the event.
Pre-order for free entry to the Seawork International exhibition. 2016 Opening Times
Tuesday 14 June 2016 09.30 - 17.30
Wednesday 15 June 2016 09.30 - 17.30
Thursday 16 June 2016 09.30 - 17.00
The programme for the three-day Seawork Conference 2016 has now been announced. Seawork’s conference this year will be located on board the Ocean Scene.
The Ocean Scene will be moored on the pontoons at Seawork. Entry to the seminars is free of charge and is available on a first come first served basis. Sessions include:-
The Changing Face of Search and Rescue, hosted by Dave Jardine-Smith of IMRF, Shock mitigation solutions for marine vehicle safety, hosted by Tim Rees of Shoxs, Unlocking the power and profit from Maritime Design Innovation, hosted by Dagfinn Aksnes of Seaway Innovations & FluXXWorks, Hybrid Technology and The Hour of Power for Workboats & Patrol Vessels, hosted by John Haynes of Shock Mitigation.
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