The exhilarating final day

Seawork will close today after three days of welcoming exhibitors and attendees from both Europe and rest of world. Seawork will close today after three days of welcoming exhibitors and attendees from both Europe and rest of world.

Today marks the third and final day of Seawork 2017. The exhibition has welcomed a record number of innovative products on display and product demonstrations.

Since its inception, Seawork has been a sell-out success, and has grown to become the home to over 10,000 products, vessels and support services. 

Ian Cooke of C-Quip commented “We have exhibited at Seawork for many years now and have watched it grow immeasurably in the last 19 years"

Further adding “We find that every single time we come we meet someone new and virtually everyone that comes to the stand is a quality customer and a great business to business show, that has become one of the most important dates in our calendar year".

Today will once again see demonstrations taking place in the dive tank, including Subsea demos throughout the day. The highly popular Dive Tank is a main highlight of the exhibition and is kindly sponsored by Searchwise of Aberdeen.

Other demonstrations which have taken place today include; Tideman Boats BV who demonstrated the durable new Tideman Boat in addition to Delta Marine (Q14) demonstrating anchor handling tug. Vetus also unveiled their exciting new concept high-performance water lock at stand PB83

A number of conference sessions are also being held throughout the day on-board the with some key highlights including; ‘Towage, Reducing the risks- Raising the standards’ and ‘Man overboard devices and Personal Locator Beacons (PLBs).

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