Christmas promotion from Seawork

Seawork International are offering a free enhanced listing for any organisation that books an exhibition stand or space before 21 December 2017.  This includes enhanced listing on the website, with live links and a logo, plus colour logo in the Seawork hardcopy catalogue.

Contact the sales team on or call +441329825335 to find out more.

New exhibitors to Seawork International have been signing throughout the year, with many booking early to take advantage of the early bird discounts or free publicity offer.

Seawork welcomes all these new exhibitors to Seawork who have recently signed up:

A-Plan Insurance

Aviramp Ltd

Certas Energy

Hutchinson SNC

Jura Filtration

OMC International (Europe) Pty Ltd

ORCA Crew Services

Tohatsu Marine

Tufcot Engineering Ltd

Factor O

English Braids

ISC International OU

Larsens Marine Surveyors & Consultants

RS Components Ltd

Wardle Marine Services

Warwick Control Technologies

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Inaugural Composites UK Pavilion at Seawork 2018

Seawork is working with Composites UK, the Trade Body for the UK composites industry to offer discounted exhibitor packages for their members in the Composites UK Pavilion.

Composites UK Package Details - each exhibitor will receive:
•             one side of a pod •             lockable cabinet •             graphics •             electrical socket •             one stool •             access to shared meeting table
Price: £2,000.00 + VAT.
Early bird booking offer: Book to exhibit before 20th December 2017 and receive sponsorship of the next Seawork e-newsletter free of charge (worth £625). This includes a banner ad at the top and bottom of the email, a 25 word sponsored message and a live link to your website. The Seawork International e-newsletter goes out to a database of 21,500 opted in emails.

Composites UK aim to support the industry so that it may continue to grow and participate in the increasingly competitive world of global composite production.  In order to achieve this the…

Caisson Gate Handover at Portsmouth

Seawork 2017 exhibitor Ravestein officially launched the ‘14 DOCK’ caisson gate it recently built for the UK’s Ministry of Defence in the Naval dockyard in Portsmouth. The Netherlands-based marine operator’s huge Skylift 3000 submersible jack-up barge dominated the Southampton skyline at Seawork 2017.

The Portsmouth launch was attended by the commodore Ian Shipperley, Peter Stacey, and Josh Hugo from the MoD, and Ray Harvey from BAE Systems.
This event followed a fortnight after the official handover ceremony in Devonport of another Ravestein-built caisson gate ‘D 16’. Commodore Ian Shipperley personally invited mister Cees Ravestein, owner of Ravestein BV, for this handover ceremony.
The launch in Rotterdam was reported to have gone very smoothly, with the caisson lifted by Bonn & Mees’ Matador 3 following concrete ballasting.
Ravestein is a Netherlands-headquartered marine construction company with expertise in building lock and dock gates, having built many for the UK and France. T…

What Makes Seawork Work?

What makes Seawork Work?

It’s always interesting to find out what makes Seawork work for the 600-odd exhibitors who attend Europe’s foremost event of its kind, held each year in Southampton. Their responses were illuminating, as you’ll discover.
iXblue is a French company founded over 30 years ago that provides innovative solutions for the geosciences, offshore energies and defense markets. iXblue brought its pioneering 25m hydrographic survey catamaran, named Felix, to Seawork.
Guillaume Eudeline, Business Development Manager for iXblue, which is headquartered in St. Germain-en-Laye in France, and which employees over 500 staff worldwide, was thrilled with the turnout at this year’s event:
“This is the fourth time iXblue has exhibited at Seawork, exhibiting our high-tech vessels and surveying equipment,” Guillaume commented.
He continued, “iXblue has over 1,000 customers in 35 countries spanning workboat and defence clients; Seawork epitomises the commercial sector being at the heart of…

Why book Seawork 2018- The Truth in Quotes...

We've put some statistics together from Seawork 2017 to show you why you need to be there next year - 94% of attendees said they would visit Seawork again; 91% of visitors authorise or influence purchasing decisions; 87% of exhibitors would rate their overall Seawork experience as good to excellent.

Here's some feedback from Seawork 2017:

“Great show as usual and great support from the Seawork core team” - Chris Brammall, SOREC

“It was the first time I had attended the new venue and I thought it was great, the show had a great atmosphere.  Thank you for a great show.” - Jenny Ashdown, Cygnus Instruments Ltd

“Seawork was a good show for us… being able to present a vessel in the harbour saved the day along with the nice weather.” – Guillaume Eudeline, iXblue

“Seawork is a 'must' for us - we make new contacts and can see the breadth of the industry and how new products and technologies are appearing.” - Jane Gentry, YBDSA

“Always a good show for Spyderco.” - Jurphaas C. van Ri…

Even More Awards for Spinlock's Lume-On lights...

Spinlock, UK marine personal safety product manufacturer, Seawork exhibitor and winner of the 2016 Seawork Award for the Safety category, has recently been announced as winner of the Safety at Sea Awards 2017.

The Safety at Sea Awards recognise those who improve seafarer competence and risk management with innovations and achievements in the fields of training, operations, equipment and services. Spinlock were presented with the Best Safety Product of the Year for their Lume-On lights; the same product that was awarded at Seawork International 18 months ago.
Spinlock's CEO Chris Hill said: "We are always thrilled to receive recognition for our innovative products. We actively campaign about the importance of individuals taking personal responsibility for their safety at sea by understanding more about their own lifejacket, and part of this is ensuring you can be seen should you fall overboard thanks to our range of lifejacket lights."
Spinlock's Doug Vincett explained …

Frighteningly good Seawork rates spookily extended until Halloween

Last chance for discounted rates for Seawork 2018!   The Early Bird booking rates offer a great reduction on the standard exhibitor fees and have been extended until 31st October 2017.
So far, the venue is already 65% booked, with a large quayside stand booked this week for a new exhibitor to Seawork - Manor Renewable Energy – who provide bespoke engineering solutions to support the development, construction and maintenance of wind, wave and tidal projects.
To date, the Quayside stand space is already over 70% sold. For the last 20 years Seawork International has delivered a unique on-shore and on-water commercial marine trade exhibition.
The pontoon spaces are being snapped up with a new booking for a 24m vessel from Manor Marine - who manufacture and repair steel and aluminium vessels up to 45m - joining the many vessels already confirmed.
Fantastic sponsorship opportunities are still available to display your company logo throughout the exhibition with a wide range of sponsorship packa…