Seawork ShowNews Spring 2024

Page 1 SPRING 2024 Shownews | 1 < Tel:+44 1329 825335 l Email: > SPRING 2024 COMMERCIAL MARINE & WORKBOAT EXHIBITION & CONFERENCE • MAYFLOWER PARK • 11-13 JUNE 2024 SHOWNEWS AUDIENCE & NETWORKS Reach and influence commercial marine professionals 7,200+ Seawork attendess from 60 countries 27,000 Show News Distribution 148,000 Commercial Marine Professionals across our digital channels 46,985 web visitors on Seawork, Marine Civils & Maritime Journal 25,400 Seawork eNews Subscribers 21,000 followers on Seawork social channels 83,000 Combined Seawork & Maritime Journal social reach Reach SEE YOU AT SEAWORK 2024 Andrew Webster, CEO of Mercator Welcome to the 25th edition of Seawork. Creating this annual commercial marine business meeting place is a big undertaking that only happens because of our fabulous suppliers, stakeholders and a committed team at Mercator. Thank you so much for your support. Without the continuing commitment of our exhibitors, key supporting organisations and our influential visitors, it could not continue to develop each year. Come along to Seawork 2024 to see the best in commercial marine and keep up to date with the latest equipment, vessels and operating techniques. I am sure it will be a rewarding time and help to generate new business opportunities.

the proven platform to build business networks.


National Shipbuilding Office

shorter, bitesize, in-person Seawork Conference sessions focusing on specific relevant topics that make a difference.

UK Government Departments, including the National Shipbuilding Office (NSO), as well as Ministry of Defence (MOD) and the Department for Business and Trade (DBT) hosting business briefings.

Commercial Marine Network’s Get Set for Workboat 2050 series 4 .

Multiple UK Government Departments including the National Shipbuilding Office (NSO), Ministry of Defence (MOD) and the Department for Business and Trade (DBT) will be out in force at Seawork 2024.  Seawork & Marine Civils offers a unique opportunity for exhibiting companies to meet with them to discuss products and future plans.

The National Shipbuilding Office oversees implementation of the National Shipbuilding Strategy Refresh, providing strategic oversight of all the government’s interests in UK shipbuilding and its supply chain. The NSO’s mission is to collaboratively support growth across the sector, encouraging innovation, promoting skills, improving productivity and driving international competitiveness.

the Workboat Association’s Safety Forum, highlighting new regulations in this industry sector.

from Industry leaders on specialist relevant topics.

fast vessels at Speed@Seawork, the sector specific event Monday 10 June at the Royal Ocean Racing Club in Cowes IOW.

the workforce of the future at Seawork’s Careers & Training Day.

the latest equipment, services, projects and vessels at the Seawork Innovations Showcase.

at the European Commercial Marine Awards, presented on the opening day of Seawork.

Used by all three services and representing the MOD department responsible for all UK Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) projects dealing with the procurement and through life support of all boats and their equipment, the DE&S “Boats Team” uses the Seawork exhibition as its annual ‘Industry Days’ to meet with existing clients and meet new potential clients.

Experts from the Department for Business and Trade’s (DBT) maritime team can guide UK national companies specialising in commercial and military boats, equipment and related services towards their next international opportunity, whether exporting for the first time or venturing into new markets. The team can also offer advice on access to finance for SMEs to primes.

The Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA) vision is for the UK to have strategic advantage through the most innovative defence and security capabilities in the world, welcoming ideas from innovators small and large, and providing support to those who have not previously worked with Government.

UK Export Finance is the UK government’s Export Credit Agency, working with over 100 private credit insurers and lenders to help UK companies access export finance. UK Export Finance stands ready to assist the maritime sector through its own product range and the Shipbuilding Credit Guarantee Scheme and would like to explore ways to provide support.

Seawork is arranging a programme for one-to-one meetings for exhibitors to meet with the NSO, MOD Boats Team and the DBT experts. Seawork exhibitors can apply via the online exhibitor manual.

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Strategic Marine has successfully delivered a StratCat 27 hybrid-ready vessel to support Taiwan’s Yunlin Offshore Wind Farm.

Prosperous Wind Shipping Limited, an affiliate of Pacific Radiance Ltd., has secured a contract worth approximately USD3 million with a leading entity in the renewable energy sector, the vessel is designated to play a crucial role in wind turbine generator installation operations.

Set to commence operations at the Yunlin Offshore Wind Farm in April 2024, the StratCat 27 will operate round the clock, transiting personnel, equipment, and cargo between the selected harbour, the installation vessel, and throughout the wind farm, ensuring seamless support for the project’s infrastructure development.


Two ASD Tugs 3010 ICE, already in build in accordance with Damen practice, will be delivered to Norway’s BOA Group later this year.

BOA’s fleet consists of specialised offshore vessels, semisubmersible barges and harbour tugs. The order for the two Damen tugs is a part of the Norwegian company’s strategic fleet renewal and aims at modernising the fleet while lowering fuel consumption.

BOA CEO and shipowner Ole Torberg Bjørnevik explains, “There are a number of advantages to reducing the fuel consumption of our vessels. For one, it lowers costs, which helps us become more competitive. Crucially, it also allows us to pursue our goals of increased sustainability.

“The ASD Tug 3010 ICE represents the complete package for us. It’s got the fuel economy, the right draught, ice classification and availability of spare parts. It was very important for us that we had something that was proven…”

The vessels will be the first Damen newbuilds in BOA’s fleet and feature a range of options to meet BOA’s needs including a Heila HLRM 65 - 4s crane with 3.3 ton lifting capacity at 12.65 metres, an aft winch, a modular oil recovery system, and a shore heating system.

In keeping with company tradition, the tugs will receive names associated with Norse mythology. BOA Hugin and BOA Munin (thought and memory, respectively, in Old Norse) are to be named for the two ravens said to fly around the world gathering information for Odin. SPRING 2024 Shownews | 3 < Tel:+44 1329 825335 l Email: > NEWS

£100m contract for new Falklands port

Harland & Wolff has been chosen as the preferred bidder by the Falkland Islands Government (FIG) to support delivery of the islands’ port facility, known as FIPASS. The value of the contract is between £100 and £120million.

Harland & Wolff already has a great legacy with the Falkland Islands, as it built the six linked barges which make up the islands’ existing port facility more than 40 years ago. The FIPASS project involves the build, transportation, and installation of four floating pontoons, each measuring around 90 metres each in length.

Reacting to this week’s news,

Harland & Wolff Chief Executive Officer, John Wood, said, “This project not only highlights our enduring partnership with the Falkland Islands Government but also reinforces our reputation as a trusted provider for large and complex marine engineering projects.

“With our history of delivering the original FIPASS, we bring a wealth of experience combined with the latest in manufacturing innovation to deliver a modern, efficient, and sustainable port system.

Harland & Wolff has the flexibility to carry out the build work across its four sites including Belfast, Appledore, Arnish and Methil.”

Stema Systems sponsors the UKHMA

Based in the Netherlands, Stema Systems mission is to contribute to the quality and efficiency of the hydrographic and geophysical survey community, working on high seas offshore to the smallest waters inshore, by supplying and implementing state of the art and innovative survey sensors, systems, concepts and survey support.

Stema Systems operates around the globe for numerous companies such as harbours, research institutes, universities, dredging companies, surveying companies. The company

produces its own sub bottom software SILAS 2D & 3D and produces the Rheotunes, EBP subbottom profilers and winches.

The UKHMA (UK Harbour Masters’ Association) lunch, sponsored by Stema Systems, takes place on Wednesday 12 June – the second day of Seawork 2024.

Innovative Landing Craft result of co-design

Izmir Shipyard has launched its very first Landing Craft Shadow Boat, the IZ1770 AL LC.

Designed to deliver people and equipment in any environment, the multifunctional IZ1770 AL LC is equipped with a range of features and capabilities including car/boat delivery, telescopic crane, firefighting capabilities, refuelling, dynamic positioning, solar power generation, HDPE reinforced landing hull, crew accommodation, dining/swim platform mode, and Garmin

empirbus integration.

Powered by twin V10 400HP Mercury Outboard Motors, IZ1770 AL LC is capable of 24+ kts, offering exceptional speed and agility. Whether cruising through calm waters or navigating challenging weather conditions, the vessel delivers a smooth and efficient ride.

The innovative IZ1770 AL LC was co-designed by Turkeybased Izmir Shipyard with her owner Selim Ozgorkey, making the versatile aluminium planing vessel efficient for a wide range of applications.

New exhibitor to light up Seawork

New exhibitor to Seawork JEL Products, which specialises in industrial lighting, will showcase DCbright fully stainless-steel housing for LEDs that it says are a first for the market.

Lucas de Graaf and his father Jaap de Graaf co-own the company exactly 50/50, Lucas in the role of chief technical officer, Jaap as CEO.

JEL Products is the European importer of products made by DCbright, which makes the world’s brightest and most efficient LED lighting products for industrial, offshore, construction, mining and automotive applications.

“We need to get more exposure, so we decided to take a stand,” de Graaf said. “Our background was the heavy-lifting industry and we

have sold our products to the big companies, like Boskalis and Damen, and now we are keen to move more into offshore wind. We started with crane ships and supply vessels, and now are moving into the wind farms themselves.

DCbright has set up distribution networks in Europe, Australia and Asia, while the designing offices are located in Europe and Australia and the production base is in China.

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Sustainability attracts investors

Part of the JR Shipping Group, SeaZip Offshore Service has been responsible for the operation of 7 offshore service vessels since early 2023, majority of which are Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs), and the commercial and/ or technical management of various third-party vessels.

SeaZip Offshore Service upgraded and renovated four of the SeaZip fleet over the last two years: doubling the capacity from 12 PAX (passenger places) to 24 PAX per vessel.

Finance was initially raised through JR Ship Investments with the issue of bonds to existing investors in the SeaZip

On the up

Offshore Service fleet followed by the issuing of SeaZip Bonds in September 2023.

SeaZip 7, 8 and 8 were also financed via approximately 60 bonds per vessel with a face value of €25,000 were issued attracting a fixed interest rate of 7.5% per year on the first mortgage right on one of the vessels and realising refinancing capital of over €6 million in all.

All available bonds were placed with both existing and new investors within the space of two months. Investors stated interest in investment projects with a sustainable dimension with offshore wind being cited by many as an important sector.

Marine Fire Safety has opened a new office/distribution centre in Bodmin, Cornwall in the South West of the UK.

Headed up by Gareth Hall who has spent the last two to three years of his nine at Marine Safety working as a mobile engineer, the new facility will streamline the business logistics and enable Marine Safety to offer new services including, BA (Breathing

Scania goes global at Seawork

The moment has arrived, one of Scania’s very first hybrid vessels has successfully completed its sea trial, despite the Nordic winter conditions! Scania’s electrified power systems on the Marell Boats M17 is a look into the future of Scania’s

electrification journey for commercial and pleasure craft vessels.

The global launch of the M17, featuring Scania V8 engines and E-Machines, will take place this summer at Seawork 2024.

Partnership to increase Icelandic fleet safety

Apparatus) set servicing, flare disposal and collection and drop off services.

Marine Safety has seen its workload in the South West double in the last couple of years and predicts a further 50% growth in the next two years. The company is looking to recruit an additional engineer to support the target and growth strategy.

The Icelandic Association for Search and Rescue (ICE-SAR) has formed a commercial partnership with Hefring Marine.

This collaboration aims to equip all new vessels in the ICE-SAR fleet with Hefring Marine’s Intelligent Marine Assistance System (IMAS), promising significant advancements in safety and operational efficiency. Hefring Marine’s IMAS focuses on optimising vessel performance, reducing fuel consumption,

enhancing vessel life cycle and minimising environmental impact.

“The capabilities of our crew,” said Björn Jóhann Gunnarsson, Maritime SAR Project Manager at ICE-SAR.

“The integration of Hefring Marine’s innovative technology aligns with our commitment to safety and efficiency, ensuring our crews are supported by the best tools available as they perform their critical missions in the tough conditions they are often forced to encounter.” SPRING 2024 Shownews | 5
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Ravestein will be in action at this year’s Seawork with a new Skyline floating crane barge capable of lifting 250 tonnes to 14 metres. The specialist builder will demonstrate the floating crane barge alongside three of its Container Pontoon modules, showing how to install and configure a floating working platform and lifting and moving containers into position on the pontoons whilst afloat.

The Ravestein Container Pontoon modules use patented RCP Dovetail Couplings making configuration safe and easy, and enabling equipment to be put to work quickly and cost effectively. The Skyline barge can transport and install projects and can also be used as a submersible pontoon.

Known for a wide range of modular vessels and constructions, Ravestein also builds Flat Top barges, Jackup Barges, Dredging equipment, and Workboats. The entire process from engineering to fabrication to commissioning into service is carried out in-house by RCP engineers and craftsmen.

Ravestein will also have a large presence shoreside with a purpose-built exhibition trailer onsite to showcase previous projects and discuss new ones.


Barge Length o.a. 74.70 metres

Width 22.00 metres

Height 4.00 metres

Max Deckload 10.00 T/m2

Crane Length o.a. 74.70 metres

Crane Width 22.00 metres

Crane Height 4.00 metres

Crane Lift Capacity

250T @ 14.0 metres

Special Features

The Skyline barge can be used as a submersible pontoon. Pontoon with all necessary certificates, such as International Certificate of Registry, Certificate of Seaworthiness, International Loadline Certificate

Class/or Standard Lloyds Register LRS 100 AN UNMANNED PONTOON

Date Completed March 2024

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Fast ferries serve as crucial transportation, connecting communities and providing essential links between regions. Traditionally powered by diesel, the market is now expanding into low-emission options as decarbonisation targets become more ambitious.

Chartwell Marine, UK pioneer of next-generation vessel design, is now turning its attention to the fast ferry market, having identified it as the next key sector for decarbonisation.

“While operators exhibit a strong interest in transitioning to full electric, the need to integrate with existing shoreside grid infrastructure, (which they usually do not own) often hinders progress,”

says Christophe Rident, Senior Naval Architect at Chartwell Marine and the company’s latest recruit.

Rident joined from BMT, where he played a key role in developing fullelectric and hybrid fast ferry and commercial vessel solutions and contributed to the design and construction of only the second, and currently fastest EPA Tier-4 ferry in the US.

Andy Page, Managing Director of Chartwell Marine, said: “As we venture into the fast ferry market, we’re aiming to shape a new operational paradigm centred on sleek design, compact size, and

electrification bolstered by proactive shoreside partners. That’s how we believe we can close the gap on traditional diesel-powered vessels. We’re delighted to welcome Christophe to the team to leverage his expertise and help us make fast ferries the next big hitter in decarbonisation.”

Andy Page will moderate Get Set for Workboat 2050 – Series 4, Session 5 on Tuesday 11 June at Seawork 2024. The Series tackles what technology can be adopted now and the decisions that need to be made to help support businesses in achieving net zero.


Join us for a full day showcasing fastworking boats demonstrating the latest technology and equipment at the Royal Ocean Racing Club (RORC) as Speed@ Seawork returns to Cowes, Isle of Wight in 2024, for its 5th edition.

Network with an exclusive international field of delegates from the defence and specialist sectors, take the opportunity to participate in sea-trials, enjoy fast manoeuvres and equipment demonstrations.

Hear from UK Ministry of Defence and Procurement personnel including the MOD Boats Team and NSO (National Shipbuilding Office), MAIB, MOD Police, Army and Adventurous Training with the first presentations onboard over breakfast.

Vessels currently confirmed include craft from Zodiac Milpro which recently received a UK MOD order for 24 Intercept and Escort Craft, propulsion experts Proteum, Berthon’s defence and commercial division and the very first hybrid powered by Scania.

Access sector-specific companies including OSI Maritime Systems and Axnes throughout the day at RORC’s new clubhouse facilities above the berths at Trinity Landing with views across the

Solent, the perfect base to demonstrate the specialist fast craft and equipment.

Held in partnership with SMI (Society of Marine Industries), Speed@Seawork, the sector-specific feature of Seawork takes place on Monday, 10th June 2024. SPRING 2024 Shownews | 7 < Tel:+44 1329 825335 l Email: > NEWS
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Golden Arrow Marine’s appointment as the UK’s official Humphree Centre will see the company offer a comprehensive range of Humphree products, along with expert servicing and refit solutions.

“We are thrilled to solidify our partnership with Humphree and become a Centre for interceptor and stabilization solutions in the UK,” says Paul Dean, Head of Engineering, at Golden Arrow Marine.

Golden Arrow Marine is also involved in Humphree’s newest product, the automatic trim & stabilization Lightning System. Predominantly intended for the leisure market, its versatile design also makes it suitable for the commercial boating sector, providing a comprehensive solution for a

wide range of marine applications.

“We are happy to welcome Golden Arrow Marine as our first UK Centre. This appointmentwill give us great opportunities to grow our business in the UK and thereby be able to offer our cutting-edge marine technology to more commercial and marine recreational applications.” said Helena Lennerstedt CEO at Humphree.


The EcoAdvisor project, a collaborative effort between Kongsberg Maritime, a global leader in marine technology, and EGGS (part of Sopra Steria), a leading design consultancy, has been recognised with the prestigious IF Design Award for 2024.

The EcoAdvisor is an intelligent decision support system developed by Kongsberg Maritime aimed at optimising vessel

operations to reduce fuel consumption and carbon footprint.

Functioning as a digital application utilised by the Captain, DP operator, and Chief Engineer, with user interfaces located on the vessel’s bridge and engine room, the EcoAdvisor’s innovative design facilitates a circular process, incorporating sensor utilisation to identify emission reduction opportunities, data analysis for optimising

efficiency and safety, live feedback mechanisms to raise crew awareness on savings, and comprehensive reporting features to bridge communication between crew, managers, and charterers.

The groundbreaking project emerged from the ‘Intelligent Efficiency’ research initiative, a collaboration between Kongsberg Maritime, vessel operator DOF Subsea AS, Sintef, NORCE, and Innovation Norway.

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Join these companies at Seawork and increase your brand exposure to an international audience of over 7,200 commercial marine professionals.

The 25th edition of Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, is a proven platform to build business networks. Delivering an international audience of visitors supported by our trusted partners, Seawork is the meeting place for the commercial marine and workboat sector.


“The sponsorship worked well in terms of a brand awareness piece, you definitely couldn’t miss our name in the evening and in the build up to the event. The team were all really happy with the event, it is definitely the place we need to be and we’re already excitedly thinking about things we could do next year.” - 2023

Sponsor - Siemens Financial Services Siemens are sponsoring the Waterfront Restaurant for Seawork 2024

Limited sponsorship opportunities are still available:

Registration area

European Commercial Marine Awards


UK HM Government Networking Lunch

(NB: Only available to companies with a UK operating base)

Seawork’s 12,000m2 of undercover halls featuring 500 exhibitors and over 70 vessels, floating plant & equipment on the quayside and pontoons provide all sponsorships the opportunity to receive vast coverage.

Increase brand awareness and drive traffic to your company website through the Seawork multi-platform digital inventory which sits alongside content. The Seawork, Marine Civils and Maritime Journal channels offer sponsors the audience reach of: 30,000 magazine readers, 46,985 web visitors per month and 25,400 Seawork eNews subscribers. SPRING 2024 Shownews | 9 < Tel:+44 1329 825335 l Email: >

25th anniversary edition

Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition

1st edition 1998 QE11 Cruise Terminal, Port of Southampton 2000 relocated to Canary Islands Fruit Terminal

2016 moved to Mayflower Park

Over 18,000 square metres of exhibition space

Over 70 vessels and floating plan

Vessels from 5m to 32m

Held annually over 3 days in June

12,000m² covered halls

250m of pontoons on the water

Pan European and International pro

Over 450 exhibitors

7,200 visitors from over 60 countries

91% of visitors make or influence purchasing

£10’s millions of orders taken both directly and through supply chain

£7-£9 million direct to Southampton economy

45 National and International Associations and Organisations

Complimentary Conference programme

Busy Careers Day in association with Maritime UK

UK Government represented by National Shipbuilding Office, Dept of Business & Trade, Ministry of Defence Boat Team and Crown Commercial Services

The European Commercial Marine Awards

British Marine Electrical and Electronics Association (BMEEA) Apprentices competition

The 5th Speed@Seawork - for fast vessels operating at high speed

United Kingdom
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25 facts & figures about Seawork – the 25th edition!


As Seawork hosts its 25th edition in 2024, the team invites all exhibitors, sponsors and loyal clients to join us in celebrating our silver anniversary!

Tuesday 11 June – the Seawork Team will provide a welcome drink at the European Commercial Marine Awards. Tickets are available via the exhibitor manual or onsite at the Organiser’s Office. Loyal exhibitors who have attended all 25 editions of Seawork will be invited to join as our VIP guests. SPECIAL GUESTS


Wednesday 12 June – come and see us on the quayside for the Cardboard Boat Regatta, sponsored by Knighthood Corporate Assurance, to enjoy the live music, bar & food from 5:30pm – 7:30pm. All are welcome to attend this event, tickets are not required.


Each exhibiting company will be given two complimentary food and drink vouchers from the Seawork Team.

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Seawork is delighted to be working with Maritime UK Solent and Solent Partners to deliver another exciting careers event on the final day of Seawork, 13 June 2024.

We invite schools and colleges to bring along their students to the Seawork exhibition on 13 June 2024 to enjoy exploring the trade show and participate in organised activities.

Attendees will have the opportunity to:

Listen to young people talk about their own career pathway and ambitions in the ‘Commercial Marine has Talent’ session featuring short inspirational talks.

Visit the Careers Fair with over 20 careers specialists from a variety of exhibiting companies in this attractive, multifaceted sector.

Meet employers.

Explore the exhibition stands.

Watch the on-water demonstrations of new technologies and innovative designs.

Training & Careers Pavilion

With a focus on skills, learning and employment, this pavilion, open on all three days of Seawork, gives visitors the chance to explore opportunities within the commercial marine industry. Exhibitors include specialist recruitment companies, education centres and training organisations, many with apprenticeship schemes, all offering expert advice on how to start and maintain a successful maritime career.

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For further information or to find out how to get involved, please email:

Hi Ho Silver

Silver theme for the Cardboard Boat Regatta - sponsored by Knighthood Corporate Assurance. Join us on the quayside after the regatta to celebrate 25 editions of Seawork.

All exhibitors will be given two complimentary food and drink vouchers from the Seawork Team.

The regatta event includes live music, bar & food on the quayside on Wednesday 12 June from 5:30pm –7:30pm.

Challenge your competitors to a race in the Cardboard Boat Regatta, Boats and crew outfits are invited to celebrate the theme and be as creative as possible!

Channel Long John Silver or some metallic chic with your cardboard creations (silver duct tape is encouraged!). Pose as a tin man, spaceman, disco diva or celebrate the sporting achievements of the Olympic silver medallists – the possibilities are endless!

Seawork exhibitors can enter the Regatta via the online Exhibitor Manual.

Prizes will be awarded to the Fastest Boat, The Best Bedecked Boat and The Spectacular Sinking Award! This is a relaxed, informal and entertaining networking event for you to bring clients to or as a staff thank you. Tickets to attend are not required, everyone is welcome - food and drink will be available to purchase onsite.

Sponsored by

Fastest Boat

The Best Bedecked Boat

The Spectacular Sinking Award!

Follow Seawork on our social channels and stay up to date with the latest contests or dare your fellow exhibitors to race against you! Artwork is available here to download for your challenge

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ecm awards european commercial marine

New categories for the European Commercial Marine Awards 2024

To celebrate the 25th edition of Seawork, new categories have been introduced for the European Commercial Marine Innovation Awards (ECMAs). The awards are designed to showcase the extensive progress made in design and technology advancements in the commercial marine industry.

The new Innovation Awards categories reflect the shifts in industry focus, towards decarbonisation, sustainability, automation, alternative energy and propulsion.

Judged by a panel of industry experts, chaired by the editor of Maritime Journal, the ECMAs are presented at the awards evening on the opening day of Seawork, Tuesday 11 June 2024.

The 2024 categories are:


Vessel Design & Construction

Electronic & Electrical Systems - NEW Safety & Training

Navigation & Communication - NEW Underwater Intervention (Diving & Underwater Technology)

Autonomy - NEW

Environmental / Renewable Energy - NEW


Marine Civils Best Project

Maritime Sustainability

Young Person’s Development

Maritime Professional of the Year

Sponsored by:

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Lifetime Achievement
2024 Judges to be announced Enter or find out more online: The deadline for entries is Friday 24th May 2024
these companies! Limited sponsorship opportunities are still available for the ECMA’s


All entries for the Innovation Awards are displayed on the Innovations Showcase in a prominent location at Seawork and are presented on the website prior to the event and for several months post event. This provides valuable exposure for businesses ensuring that their innovations are fast-tracked to the forefront of the marine industry.

The high level of innovation and cutting-edge technology is a mustsee for all visitors and exhibitors at Seawork, each entry will be seen by a wide audience of over 7,200 marine professionals.

Each category winner receives an ECMA Innovation Award and Certificate of Commendation, with the overall winner presented with the coveted “Spirit of Innovation” trophy at the ECMA ceremony.

There are just 2 rules to qualify an entry

The equipment, service, project or vessel (entry) must have been released to market in the period since the last Seawork (13th-15th June 2023).

The entry must be innovative (not simply a product enhancement)

If you have an entry that fits both of these criteria and want to showcase it to the key industry professionals, then make sure you enter the Innovation Awards.


A fantastic opportunity for Seawork and Marine Civils exhibitors to showcase their originality, ability to problem solve and make a real difference to the industry with the latest in design and ingenuity, the Innovations Showcase offers businesses the ability to get their product fast-tracked to the forefront of the Marine Industry.

Entries have already started to come in. First out of the blocks is the sMRT ALERT from electronics manufacturer MRT, part of the Wescom Group. The sMRT ALERT is a new type of Class M Man Overboard (MOB) device. The fully automatic water activated beacon combines the distress alerting power of DSC with the location detection of AIS to vessels within 5 nautical miles. SPRING 2024 Shownews | 15 < Tel:+44 1329 825335 l Email: > INNOVATION SHOWCASE


Tuesday 11 June

09:30 - 12:30

09:45 - 11:00

11:30 - 14:30

15:00 - 17:30

Composites UK - This session focused on ‘Decarbonisation and circularity in a future marine world’ is open to all Seawork visitors. To book your place please register directly with Composites UK by emailing to express your interest.

Get Set for Workboat 2050 - Series 4, Session 5: Expanding offshore wind farm capacity by 2030 – how do we meet the target?

Meet UK HM Government – opportunities & support for the UK workboat & RHIB sector.

WISTA & Seawork Women in Marine Industry Event

Wednesday 12 June

09:30 - 12:30

09:45 - 11:00

11:30 - 12:45

14:00 - 15:00

14:15 - 15:30

The Electric Seaway (TES) & Zero Emission Network of Workboats (ZENOW)

Green technology – the impact of regulatory changes for workboats & how this is driving change

The future fuel mosaic – the latest developments in methanol, hydrogen, and sustainable future fuels for the commercial marine sector

The Workboat Association Safety Forum - A Master’s responsibilities including the handover

Battery technology – an opportunity or a challenge for workboats?

Celebrate gold and silver with Women in Marine at Seawork

In celebration of WISTA’s 50th Anniversary and the 25th Anniversary of Seawork, join us for the 2024 Women in Marine Industry event on the first day of Seawork 2024. Delegates will have the opportunity to learn from Keynote speakers, ask questions during a live panel debate, and enjoy the opportunity to network with fellow industry professionals during a relaxed and informal drinks reception.

Louise Sara, Fleet Captain: Director - Maritime Standards Carnival Corporation & plc.  Louise etched her name in maritime history when her exceptional skills and determination culminated in her appointment as the first female and youngest captain by P&O Ferries on the English Channel.

Now helming the dual responsibilities of Fleet Captain and Director of Maritime Standards at Carnival Corporation, Louise’s dedication to fostering diversity and empowerment is evident through her establishment of the Women Officers Network within Carnival Corporation.

Natasha Brown is Head of the IMO media and communications team (Public Information Services) since 2022. Previously she was Acting Head since 2020. She joined the IMO public information services team in 1997 and has acquired extensive knowledge of all IMO-related matters.

“Started in 1974, WISTA UK has gone from strength to strength in the past 5 decades and now has members across the country and through the regions in UK; and as part of the WISTA International network, is connected to 59 National WISTA Associations worldwide.”

WISTA UK’s president Monica Kohli will moderate the event. Monica said, “WISTA UK are delighted to be partnering with Seawork and hosting an event together in Southampton this year. This is the third of the regional events planned by WISTA UK during their Golden Jubilee celebrations in 2024, following on from events in Liverpool and Edinburgh.

The WISTA & Seawork Women in Marine Industry Event takes place on Tuesday, 11 Jun 2024 from 15:00 - 17:30 Register your interest and add to your Seawork schedule here

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Regulations, effects and change - latest insights from the MCA at Seawork

The MCA (Maritime and Coastguard Agency) will be onboard at the Seawork Conferences to deliver the agency’s latest insights on Green Technology and the Future Fuel Mosaic.

Taking place on 12 June in Conference Room 1, Session 1  will see Rob Taylor - Code Vessel Lead at the MCA, present ‘Green technology – the impact of regulatory changes for workboats & how this is driving change’. This first bitesize session will highlight the latest regulations, the effects and the intended consequences for fleet operators, vessel manufacturers and designers.

Keith Johnston, Assistant Director - Regulatory Innovation at the MCA ,will participate in Session 2 which tackles ‘The future fuel mosaic – the latest developments in methanol, hydrogen, and sustainable future fuels for the commercial marine sector.’

Keith states “The transition to alternative fuels is arguably the greatest challenge the shipping sector has ever faced. Government, industry and academia must continue to work closely together as we jointly tackle this challenge”.

Time to Electrify Everything!

‘Battery technology – an opportunity or a challenge for workboats?’ a question that confronts vessel operators and designers in meeting the demands and operational needs of the fleet.

Hear from Leo Hambro, Co-Founder & Commercial Director at Tidal Transit, during the final session of the Seawork Conferences where he will highlight why he believes electrification is key to decarbonising the offshore wind sector.

Leo comments,  “Marine battery adoption is accelerating rapidly with retrofit and newbuilds across the entire industry. Increasing energy density is allowing the replacement of nearshore and inland waterway diesel guzzlers. “The opportunities for carbon reduction are immense and can be truly unlocked with the installation of offshore charging directly from turbines and substations. The benefits easily outweigh any challenges and the Workboat Code 3 sets a good standard for their implementation. Time to Electrify Everything!”

The £3.2million Electric Seaway project will create the infrastructure for the UK south coast’s ever-growing fleet of electric maritime vessels. Learn more about this exciting project at Seawork!

Date & Time - 12 June - 09:30 - 10:30  / Conference room 2

The Electric Seaway (TES) & Zero Emission Network of Workboats (ZENOW)

Session Content

The session will focus on Aqua superPower’s evolving maritime charging infrastructure corridor along the south coast of the UK, and how this supports an accelerated transition to electric vessels. It will take an in-depth dive into the development of RAD’s electric drives and their integration into RS Electric vessels. Collectively the presentations will illustrate the opportunity these developments present for the workboat sector and how Innovate UK funding is enabling the World’s largest trial of electric workboats and charging infrastructure. The session will conclude with a panel discussion, offering views on the supply chain, challenges, collaboration and sector growth.

Moderator – Dan Turner, Director, Apricity Sustainability Consulting

Speakers: Alex Bamberg, CEO, Aqua Superpower; Dan Hook, CEO, RAD Propulsion; Alex Newton-Southon, RS Marine Group Design & Tech CEO, RS Electric

Registration link -  The Electric Seaway (TES) & Zero Emission Network of Workboats (ZENOW) (

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The Seaworker Chronicles by Maritime Journal invites marine professionals on-board to dive into the latest in the commercial marine industry. Listen anytime, anywhere as we scan the waters for new equipment, innovations, developments, and operations that impact businesses in this vast sector.


PODCAST: Offshore wind:

A global overview

Philip Lewis, director research at Intelatus Global Partners, spends a lot of time looking at the various factors involved in offshore wind. He spent some time with Maritime Journal to give his company’s perspective including his thoughts on competition from China.


PODCAST: All change at the Port of Aberdeen

All change at the Port of AberdeenA brand new South Harbour has been built at one of Scotland’s most important ports, which up to about 12 years ago was only thinking about oil and gas. Kieron Morton of Port of Aberdeen explains.


PODCAST: From garden shed to thriving fender firm

From garden shed to thriving fender firm - Thanks to the attention received at Seawork (winning an Innovations Award), three years later Fender Innovations was unrecognisable. Sylvia Ruizendaal speaks to Maritime Journal  editor Debbie Mason.

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Sylvia Ruizendaal, COO, Fender Innovations BV – this Dutch company won their category in the Innovations Showcase at Seawork in 2012.

Seawork celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2024!

The 25th edition of Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, is a proven platform to build business networks.

Seawork delivers an international audience of visitors supported by our trusted partners.

Seawork is the meeting place for the commercial marine and workboat sector.

For more information visit: contact: +44 1329 825 335 or email:

Southampton United Kingdom

12,000m2 of undercover halls feature 400 exhibitors with over 70 vessels, floating plant and equipment on the quayside and pontoons.

Speed@Seawork on Monday 10 June in Cowes offers a sector specific event for fast vessels operating at high speed for security interventions and Search & Rescue.


The European Commercial Marine Awards (ECMAs) ceremony celebrates individuals and innovative companies on Tuesday 11 June.

The Conference programme, chaired by industry experts, helps visitors to keep up to date with the latest challenges and emerging opportunities.

The Careers & Training Day on Thursday 13 June 2024 delivers a programme focused on careers in the commercial marine industry.

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As Seawork celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2024, the exhibition continues to set the standard for industry gatherings. Seawork is proud of its many longstanding strategic partnerships with relevant industry associations that offer support to their members at the exhibition, through hosting association hubs, members’ meetings, conference sessions and networking events.

The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI) Hub is opening doors for SMEs in 2024, with reduced rates on exhibition pods and 2x2m stands, making the hub a focal point for growth and innovation.

Find out more and register your space here:

The Workboat Association Pavilion offers discounted rates for its members and hosts the association’s annual ‘open to all’ Safety Forum on Wednesday 12 June.

The Commercial Marine Network,

in partnership with The Workboat Association will host the final session in Series 4 of Get Set for Workboat 2050 on Tuesday 11 June 0945 – 1100 at Seawork

The Association of Diving Contractors (ADC) hosts the Underwater Intervention Pavilion and Divework Trail featuring the everpopular Dive Tank.

Marine Civils Pavilion and Trail showcases the latest equipment and solutions for marine coastal and other challenging civil engineering projects with unique landscape features. With a big overlap in content and business for companies involved in marine construction, Marine Civils is uniquely positioned to provide an invaluable opportunity to explore these sectors alongside Seawork attendees.

Maritime Training & Careers Pavilion & Trail, sponsored by Jobs in Maritime, focusses on developing skills and offers visitors the chance to explore training, employment and education opportunities within this multifaceted industry.

Be a part of Seawork 2024 and connect with over 7,200 visitors from 60 countries, with 91% of these individuals significantly impacting purchasing decisions.


Seawork has a dedicated in-house PR team who help Seawork exhibitors extend their reach and deepen engagement, not only across the Seawork audience, but also throughout the international commercial marine sectorall for free! Send your press releases to:


Calling all Exhibitors! Let us know about any events, launches, announcements & demos you may have planned for any of your equipment, services, projects and vessels.

Indicate your preferred time slot in the exhibitor manual. The schedule for the programme of events is published in the Seawork Catalogue, on the website and displayed around the exhibition and Media Centre.


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To reflect the growing number of overseas friends and competitors booking stands or registering attendance, Seawork will be welcoming National Pavilions this year.

One of these is a 25m2 stand booked by Netherlands Marine Technology, which has already confirmed a number of companies who will exhibit in its Dutch Pavilion

Netherlands Marine Technology says it ‘ensures facilitated participation, extra publicity and additional networking opportunities’.

So far they include:


VDL Klima


Bayards Shipyards

Rotterdam Ship Repair

VABO Composites

Next Generation Shipyards

Royal Roos

Another national presence is the 36m2 Italian Pavilion organised by Confindustria Nautica, the Italian Marine Industry Association, a national non-profit institution that has been representing the Italian yachting supply chain on a national and international level since 1967.

The Italian Pavilion will host the following exhibitors:

ABI Trailers - heavy transport equipment - trailers

F.Lli Razeto & Casareto - boat door accessories, handles, locks and on-board hardware

Gianneschi - marine pumps and blowers

Veleria San Giorgiolifejackets and safety equipment.


ADC - demonstration schedule in the Dive Tank

BMEEA - hosting BMEEA Apprentices Competition on Thursday

British Marine - Networking Event

BTA - Harbour Towage Panel Meeting

Composites UK - ‘Decarbonisation and circularity in a future marine world’

Confindustria Nautica - hosting the Italian Pavilion

DBT - hosting Government Zone and running Business Briefings on Tuesday morning

IMCA – Networking Event

Maritime UK Solent - Networking meeting and Awards Launch

National Coastwatch Institution - Networking event

NMT - hosting Netherlands Pavilion

SMI - Networking Event at the SMI Hub

Solent Partners - Careers Day on Thursday

The Workboat Association Safety Forum and Networking Event at The Workboat Association Hub

UK Chamber of Shipping - Harbour Towage Panel

UKHMA - Harbour Masters lunch onsite / AGM during the event.

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Formed 40 years ago, BFS has changed to match the needs of today’s customers – helping SMEs to grow and going the extra mile in helping SMEs take on new orders, expand into new markets and take advantage of new opportunities.

Rim Drive Technology

Rim Drive Technology (RDT), one of the innovators for electric mobility on and under water, develops and manufactures electric motors from 0,5 to 50kW for industrial, commercial and subsea applications.

Dellner Polymer Solutions Ltd

Dellner Polymer Solutions provides technologically advanced vibration control, rubber fabrication and bonding solutions for a global market. Combined experience and production capabilities create industry leading solutions for all of your polymer requirements.

Ocean Conservation Trust

Ocean Conservation Trust encourages everyone, from Individuals to communities, industry to government, to think about their impact on the Ocean throughout the day and make choices with the health of the Ocean in mind.

RAD Propulsion

RAD was founded in 2018 by Dan Hook and Rich Daltry, who previously built and developed some of the World’s most advanced marine robot boats for the offshore industry, defence and oceanographic sectors, deploying technologies found in ocean robotics to serve the wider marine industry.

Bollfilter UK Ltd

With over 70 years of experience, BOLL & KIRCH provides customized and sustainable industrial filters for a variety of industries worldwide. Filtration solutions are certified according to DIN ISO 9001 + ISO 14001 + ISO 45001 and recognized by the most important classification societies.

OS Energy

Developed from a single-source company focusing on environmental survey operations, O.S. Energy is now a specialised offshore service provider with an extensive track record in the offshore wind industry and on research and survey projects, offering a wide range of services for more than 20 years.

Ocean Crest Marine

OCM’s expertise lies in providing a diverse range of equipment to the marine sector. OCM provides Jack-Up Barges, spud barges, and supporting workboats, which are utilised in various marine projects such as Marine Geotechnical Investigation, Cable repair, port construction, and marine survey.

Wescom Group

Wescom Group is a world-renowned manufacturer of specialist pyrotechnic products for the global marine and defence industries, producing more than 2.5 million units annually and with a heritage that can be traced back four centuries.

Carl Wright Training

Carl Wright Training Services delivers workplace training across a wide range of disciplines to clients across Suffolk, Norfolk and the wider East Anglia region.

Argo Engineering Solutions Ltd

Argo Engineering Solutions Ltd is a small engineering consultancy specialising in lightweight structures in composites, aluminium and high strength steels. Fully material agnostic, Argo focuses on the marine industry (commercial vessels, marine structures and yachts) with complementary skills that overlap with the subsea, renewables, defence and oil & gas markets.

Beldam Crossley

Celebrating its 110th anniversary, Beldam Crossley concentrates on niche industrial markets; manufacturing high quality machined and engineered components for Aerospace, Defence, Oil and Gas, high-end Automotive, Power Generation, Marine, Petrochemical Processing and Construction.

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A new venture of ST Engineering, MastPlot is an integrated platform for sea tria , maritime accident prevention and investigation needs. MastPlot promises higher precision, quicker outcomes, and zero human errors – in order for builders to ship weeks faster or for owners to get the assurance that a newly purchased vessel can and has been tested to its limits.


Founded in 2018, Sea-Flux is a leading New Zealand based software company aiming to improve safety and efficiency to marine operators. The Sea-Flux application (App) delivers a comprehensive integrated vessel management platform at your fingertips, whether you’re online and connected to the internet, or away offshore - using smart phones, and tablets

Industrias Guerra, S.A.

Guerra is a family-owned business that designs and manufactures all our products in-house. This allows us to control the quality of our machinery first hand and provide the best service to our customers through an agile and vertically integrated process.


European importer JEL Products will show the latest technological advancements from DCbright including performance seawater proof Stainless Steel floodlights. Lights distributed by DCbright light up mines, construction fields, harbours, large cranes and ships all over the world.

Marine Travelift

Founded in 1954, Marine Travelift builds the most innovative boat handling equipment. Over 60 years of maritime industry experience and feedback backs every feature, option, and engineering design decision Marine Travelift makes for its equipment.


MAHI is on a mission to unlock the potential of unmanned vessels by delivering state-of-the-art, easy-tointegrate situational awareness, collision avoidance and communication modules. MAHI looks to increase customer operational capabilities and reduce cost and time-to-market.

Meridian Zero

Meridian Zero is a Commercial & Leisure marine wholesale and distribution company servicing the UK marine trade.

Cimolai Technology S.p.A

Cimolai Technology is a worldwide, leading company that provides special and innovative solutions for handling and lifting purposes. Lengthy experience and valuable expertise enables Cimolai to be at the forefront of the special equipment field.

Bowman Split Bearings

A division of Bowman International, Bowman Split Bearings serves a spectrum of industries around the world, with products innovated for performance, fast maintenance, and competitor-compatibility. Bowman high-load capacity split roller bearings are superior in design compared to other bearings on the market for accommodating radial and axial load.

SMC Ship Motion Control

SMC manufactures motion reference units for the Marine and Offshore Oil and Gas industry. The Roll, Pitch and Heave motion reference units are used in Dynamic Positioning (DP), Active Heave Compensation (AHC), Helideck Monitoring System and Hydrographic applications. SMC also produces software systems for Motion Monitoring (MMS), Helideck Monitoring System (HMS) and Weather and Met-Ocean monitoring (EMS) on board offshore platforms and vessels.

Swiftcat Boats

Swiftcat Boats passion is to deliver vessels to the highest standard, with expert craftsmanship and a bespoke service personalised to each buyer. Swiftcat offers; a customisable product, an efficient handcrafted process and a close relationship with our clients throughout the journey.

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509 (Port Infra) STRE

Aalco Metals Ltd

ABI Trailers

Acta Jifmar BV

Adec Marine Ltd

Aerius Marine

Aircat Vessels


AIS Manuplas

Aister Aluminium Shipyard


Alfa Laval



Applied Satellite Technology

Ares Shipyard

Argo Engineering

Solutions Ltd

Artemis Technolgies

ASAP Supplies

Association Of Diving Contractors UK & Ireland

Atlantis Marine Power Ltd

Axnes Wireless Intercom


Baird Maritime/Work

Boat World



Bayards Marine Structures

BCB International Ltd


Beldam Crossley Ltd

Berthon Boat Company


Bibby Financial Services

[UK] Limited



Boat Electrics & Electronics Ltd

Bollfilter UK Ltd

Bowman Split Bearings

Brimmond/Heila Cranes

British Marine

Brunvoll Mar-EI AS

Buoyant Works Ltd

Camarc Design

Capital SeatingGrammer Nautic

Carl Wright Training


C Data Marine Ltd

Centa Nederland B.V


Charity And Taylor

Cimolai Technology S.p.A

Charles Cleghorn Limited

Clements Engineering Ltd

Cloud Towing Tank

CMS Offshore Ltd

Confindustria Nautica –Italian Marine Industry Association

Crown Marine Seats/ Sola-Cure



Cygnus Instruments


Damen Shipyards

Darley H2NA


Dellner Polymer Solutions Ltd

Delta Marine Crewing

Delta Marine Power

De Romein Nearshore

Diverse Marine

Dongyang Manufacturing

du Pre Marine Limited

Durowipers Ltd

Elaflex Ltd


Energy Solutions

Engines Plus Ltd

English Braids Ltd


Esco Power SRL



Everard Insurance Brokers

Exalto Bearings UK Ltd

Exalto Wiper Technologies

Fender Innovations BV

Finning UK & Ireland

Fischer Panda UK Ltd

F.Lli Razeto & Casareto

FPP/Nemo UW Tools

Fujifilm / Fujinon

Furuno UK Ltd


Geberit Sales Ltd


Golden Arrow Marine

Goodchild Marine

Services Limited

Grandweld Shipyards


GreenPort Congress & Cruise

Hadrian Safety Rails


HamiltonJet UK Ltd

Harken Safety & Rescue

Harland and Wolff

Haven Knox-Johnston


Hefring Marine

Helm Operations

Hendy Power/FPT Industrial


Hercules Hydraulics Ltd

HM Government Zone

Holyhead Marine Services

Honda Motor Europe


Hundested Propeller

Hydromaster Propulsion BV

Hydrosphere UK

Hypro Marine



IME Repair Services

Indigo Marine

Industrias Guerra

Inland And Coastal Marina

Systems Ltd

Izmir Shipyard

James Fisher Fendercare

Jobs in Maritime Ltd

Johnson Valves


Klinger United Kingdom

Kongsberg Maritime

Kort Propulsion Co Ltd

Kumera Marine AS

Landau Marine

Laser Lines

Leemar Group

Lifting Gear And Safety

Lightning Craft Ltd

LFH Fluid Control

Lumacon Accolade Group

Macduff Ship Design Ltd


Mainstay Marine Solutions


Mantsbrite Marine Electronics


Marine Accident

Investigation Branch

Marine Components

International Ltd

Marine Cranes

Marine Energy Systems

Marine Fire Safety

Marine & Hazardous

Engines Ltd

Marine Jet Power AB

Marine Specialised Technology Group

Marine Travel

Marine Travelift

Maritime and

Coastguard Agency

Maritime Contracts Journal

Maritime Journal

Maritime Volunteer Service


Marsun Public

Company Limited


MCCO Meeting Room

Medical Support Offshore

Melcal Ltd

Mercator Media

Meridian Zero

MG Duff International


MJR Power and Automation

MOD Boats Team

Meeting Room


Naiad Dynamics

National Coastwatch


National Maritime Training Centre

Natural Cement

Nauplius Workboats

Navitron Systems Ltd

Neptune Marine

Netherlands Maritime


Newport Shipping

Next Generation Shipyards

Norcom Technology Ltd./ Meridian Chartware

Norsap UK

Northern Lights

Norwest Marine Ltd

NRG Marine - Sonihull

NSO Meeting Room

Ocean Conservation Trust

Ocean Crest Marine

OES Group

ORCA Crew Services BV

ORE Catapult

O.S. Energy UK

PB Asher Ltd

Penguin International Ltd

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Perkins Marine Engines

Petersen Stainless Rigging

Portmere Rubber Ltd

Ports of Scotland Yearbook

Port Strategy

Precision Products (UK) Ltd


P&S Automation Ltd

PSP Worldwide Logistics

Purus HST

RAD Propulsion Ltd

Ravestein BV


R&D Marine Ltd

Reach and Rescue Ltd

Rebel Marine

Reintjes UK Ltd

Reygar Ltd

RG Seasight Fenders

Richard Paul Russell Ltd

Righton Blackburns

Rim Drive Technology

Robust Boats Ltd

Rolls-Royce Solutions

UK Ltd

Rotec Hydraulics Ltd

Rotterdam Ship Repair

Roxtec Ltd

Royal Roos

Ruth Lee Ltd

Saderet Ltd

Safeguard Engineering


Scania Power Solutions

Scot Seat KPM Marine

S D Products Ltd



Seaglaze Marine

SeaRegs Training Ltd


Seas of Solutions

Seazip Offshore Service BV

Serco Ltd

Servac International

Marine Technologies

Servogear A/S

Shearwater Marine Services

Ships Electronic Services

Ship Shape World

Shockwave Seats

Shock WBV Limited


Simplex-Turbulo Co Ltd

Simrad & C Map

Sleipner Motor Ltd

SLR Recruitment Solutions

SMC Ship Motion Control Society of Maritime Industries (SMI)

Sola-Cure Marine

Window Blinds

Solar Solve Ltd

Southampton Freight Services

Southern Ropes

Star International

Stormer Marine

Strategic Marine

Stream Marine

Suzuki GB PLC

Svitzer Marine Ltd

Swiftcat Boats

Technical Marine Supplies

Teekay Couplings Ltd

Teignbridge Propellers

The Motorship

The Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA)

TMS Maritime

Tor Group International

Trafalgar Shipyard & Endeavour Quay

Tritex NDT

Tyne Gangway (Structures) Ltd

UK Docks Marine Services

UKDSE Meeting Room

Ultraguard Antifouling


VABO Composites

VDL Klima

Veleria San Giorgio

Viking Life Saving Equipment

Volvo Penta

Vulkan Industries Limited

Walcon Marine

Watermota Ltd

Wescom Group

William Hackett Chain Products Limited

Williams Shipping Workboat Association

You & Sea

ZF Services UK Ltd

Zodiac Milpro UK Limited

Zollern GmbH & Co. KG

Zwanny Ltd


We’re looking forward to celebrating with all in the commercial marine industry for the 25th edition of Seawork! Follow us across our social channels to stay up to date with what we have in store for you this June, including who’s attending, Speed@ Seawork, conferences, award updates and Cardboard Boat Regatta races!

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