Seawork International closed its doors for the nineteenth successive year, following three days of business at its new and permanent home of Mayflower Park in Southampton, UK.
Seawork welcomed the Naval Advisor to New Zealand, VIPs from Brazil, a delegation from the United Arab Emirates and China, as well as the US Naval Attaché, who is a returning visitor, as speakers.
Seawork was host to a range of events, demonstrations, seminars and product launches.
Vessels unveiled included Palfinger Boats’ PM110 G RIB, Exeter Fabrications’ 19-metre steel landing craft, Goldfish Boats’ M12 RHIB and the Parker Baltic Cruiser.
Peter Eyre Marine Design also launched the 10-metre Fastnet and the 16-metre Malin designs at Seawork.
Product launches included Harken’s LokHead Winch mounting plate, Spinlock’s Deckvest Duro lifejacket, and Lume-On LED technology, Kort Propulsion’s new Groove design RotaChock Mount, and Unique Seaflex UK’s 100T WaterLoad Crane testing bag.