Seawork International | The Superyacht Build, Repair and Refit Trail at Seawork 2018

Over the exhibitions 21 years, Seawork has incorporated sub-sectors such as diving and renewables, whilst remaining true to its commercial marine heritage. Seawork 2018 saw the launch of the new Superyacht Build, Repair and Refit Trail.

The worlds of commercial marine and superyachts have more in common than one might at first think; technology, engineering, regulations, innovation. The sophisticated materials and techniques used to build large vessels plus the similar needs in design, propulsion and support, demonstrate a clear overlap between commercial marine and the superyacht sector.

Serving the commercial marine industry first and foremost, Seawork 2018 saw sixty-five companies sign up for the new Superyacht Build, Repair and Refit Trail.

Longstanding Seawork exhibitor Landau UK,which supplies and fits electronic equipment unveiled its new electroluminescent marine vessel directional strip lighting, used for both workboats and leisure craft purposes.

Landau UK’s Chief Executive, Ben Metcalfe, commented, “We believe exhibiting at Seawork International is one of the most efficient ways for us to hear what commercial marine customers and suppliers might need from us right now.  Bringing additional focus to the superyacht sector is ideal for us, as our offerings are used across commercial, leisure and superyacht audiences. It’s also a great platform for us to network with like-minded individuals, showcase our latest products and services and get feedback from purchasers and en....

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