POSTPONED - Seawork 2020
9 - 11 June 2020
Mayflower Park, Southampton UK
Seawork 2019 will be held at Mayflower Park Southampton. Presenting over 10,000 products and services, Europe’s largest commercial marine exhibition celebrates its 22nd anniversary. Seawork 2019 brings together over 7700 attendees from as far afield as New Zealand, Australia, Canada, the US and China.
Seawork 2019 will be opened by Nusrat Ghani, UK Minister responsible for Maritime. Nusrat has served as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Transport since January 2018. She has been actively involved in the Maritime 2050 strategy which was published in January.
5 exhibition halls
Purpose-built marina - New vessels
European Commercial Marine Awards – recognising the best in the industry
Speed@Seawork - specialist sector sea-trials and conference for fast vessels
Hybrid Marine Propulsion conference
Unmanned Surface Vessels conference
UK MOD Procurement Programme 2019 presentation
Women in Marine Industry networking event
Cardboard Boat Regatta - exhibitors race for Fastest, Best and Soggy Bottom Award
Coastlink - conference dedicated to tshort sea and feeder container shipping
M&CCE Expo - showcasing solutions for marine, coastal and civil engineering projects
Speed@Seawork 2019 takes place on Monday 10 and Tuesday 11 June. Mercator Media, the organisers of Europe’s largest commercial marine exhibition, Seawork, introduced the inaugural Speed@Seawork in 2018.
Fast vessels operating at high speed for security interventions and Search & Rescue are a significant specialist sector of the commercial marine business. Speed@Seawork is aimed squarely at facilitating growth and development for the design, build and operation of these specialist vessels. As operating demands increase, new solutions for propulsion, navigation, communications and care of the crew will be needed.
Delegates start Day 1 of Speed@Seawork afloat with a networking welcome breakfast, sponsored by OSI Maritime Systems, onboard the Ocean Scene with an opening presentation from Alistair Hughes, Team Leader within UK MoD. On arrival at the Cowes Yacht Haven delegates head to the Haven Events Centre. This purpose-built, state-of-the-art venue is the operations centre for the sea trials and hosts the conference lunch, sponsored by BAE Systems, and presentations throughout the day.
Speed@Seawork exhibitors have the chance to display and discuss their products throughout the day. The impressive marina offers quick access for delegates to the range of demonstration vessels, heading out into the challenging waters of The Solent. Sea Trials day are based in and around Cowes Yacht Haven on the Isle of Wight, UK. Centrally located in Cowes, a short walk from the town centre with its iconic maritime institutions, including the historic Royal Yacht Squadron.
Day 1 finishes with networking drinks and canapes, sponsored by Ocean Safety, before delegates headed to the Red Jet terminal for return travel by fast ferry to Southampton
Day 2 the Speed@Seawork conference takes place at Seawork itself. The half-day format has key industry presentations at the Seawork exhibition conference centre interspersed with networking and the opportunity to visit Seawork exhibitors.
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