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Seawork at ABP Southampton for 14th year

28 Mar 2011
60 large and small commercial boats afloat this year

60 large and small commercial boats afloat this year

SEAWORK: This year sees Seawork International at the ABP Port of Southampton for its 14th year, showcasing products, services and innovations from 450 exhibitors, with 60 large and small commercial craft afloat.

The 2011 Seawork International promises an unparalleled opportunity to see what’s new, talk to the industry’s most dynamic personalities and get the heads-up on current industry trends, issues and opportunities.

Renewable energy focus
‘The commercial marine sector has proved reasonably robust, partly due to renewable energy which will be a particular focus at this year’s event,’ said Seawork MD Andrew Webster. ‘We expect over 7000 professional visitors from across the world, attracted by Seawork’s unique combination of exhibition halls, pavilions dedicated to specific industry sectors, vessels on the water and an informative conference programme.’

Seawork website
Log onto for updates on fast moving developments of all aspects of the 2011 event – now just weeks away – such as:

• News from some of the 450 exhibitors and supporting organisations

• Updates on world, European and UK product launches

• Details of topics at the 3-day concurrent CPF-certified Seawork Conference

• Update on the Seawork Innovation Awards

• Previews of the 60+ vessels afloat

• Programme of Events & Demonstrations

• Information on Pavilions and Trails dedicated to industry sectors, including:

     o Renewable Energy

     o Maritime Security

     o Marine Civils

     o Ship Building & Ship Repair

     o DiveWork

     o Maritime Training & Careers

     o RibWork

This year’s Seawork conference is a valuable opportunity for everyone involved in the commercial marine sector to keep abreast of latest developments affecting maritime and commercial marine activities.

Visitors can keep up to date with developments in the free, CPD certified conference programme at

Tuesday June14: MoD; Marine Civil Engineering; Hydrography

Wednesday June15: Renewable Energy; Security

Thursday June 16: Safety; Workboat design & build innovation

Seawork runs from June 14 to 16. Visit to pre-register.

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