Seawork starts next Tuesday with 500+ exhibitors and 7,500 visitors expected
The pontoons this year are 50% larger with over 50 vessels
SEAWORK: This year’s Seawork starts on Tuesday 22 May 2012 at the ABP Port of Southampton, UK. With 500 global exhibitors and over 7,500 visitors expected, this year’s show is set to be bigger than ever.
With so many exhibitors and visitors attending, Seawork is the perfect place for networking. It also offers the chance to see over 50 craft on the water, from windfarm service vessels to rescue craft, police boats to RIBs.
In addition, the usual Seawork pavilions and trails have something for everyone, from the renewable energy pavilion, to the maritime security pavilion, the DiveWork Trail and the RIB Work Trail.
Then there’s the Innovations Showcase and Awards show, which will see the first ever presentation of the Seawork Lifetime Achievement Award.
The new venue for the three day conference programme this year is City Cruise Terminal – it’s just a five minute walk from the exhibition, but there will be a shuttle bus service if you prefer.
Parking for visitors has moved to Ocean Village in Southampton - postcode SO14 3TJ – but just follow the signs for Seawork visitor parking and you’ll be OK. The car park is open from 08:00 to 19:00 each day and is free. A shuttle bus service will also deliver you to the exhibition.
For more information check out www.seawork.com/visit/car-parking and www.seawork.com/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/727607/Seawork-car-park-map-A.pdf
This year, the Seawork Press Office is located in Hall B between stands B167 and B166, opposite the Renewable Energy Pavilion.
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