Restaurants bars and eateries offer great sponsorship opportunities

15 Mar 2017
Seawork International’s sponsors are recognised as valuable contributors to the exhibition

Seawork International’s sponsors are recognised as valuable contributors to the exhibition

Seawork International’s sponsors are recognised as valuable contributors to the exhibition, and sponsorship packages provide fantastic promotional opportunities throughout the exhibition. Limited sponsorship packages remain, enquire today.

The restaurants bars and eateries at Seawork provide superb brand exposure via sponsorship, with these locations being used for networking throughout the event; sponsorship provides guaranteed brand exposure.

The two restaurants at Seawork International this year will be the Golden Arrow Restaurant and the Watermota Restaurant, as well as the famous pop-up Guinness Bar, sponsored by MAN.

The Golden Arrow restaurant, which will be located out on the quayside, is sponsored by Golden Arrow Marine, which will be promoting its solutions on stand PO65 in the Pacific Hall orange zone. 

Golden Arrow Marine has been supplying the Marine industry since 1935 as marine power specialists providing sales, service and parts for premium brands. Offering support for engine, propulsion and generator needs, new unit sales, spare parts supply, on board service and repair, with a full workshop overhaul and installation of new equipment.

On display at Seawork this year will be Moteurs Baudouin M26.3 engine range providing power up to 1650hp, Perkins engines, renowned for reliability, economy and quality, ZF gearboxes, and Volvo Penta engines and propulsion systems, delivering innovative design. Golden Arrow also supplies ABT TRAC commercial thrusters up to 200hp and TRACSTAR stabiliser system and Quick thrusters up to 580kgf thrust. New for 2017 are the Seafire marine fire extinguisher systems.

The WaterMota restaurant, which will be located in the Atlantic Hall, will be sponsored by WaterMota Ltd, whose stand is located on the quayside at Q1.

WaterMota Ltd based in Devon (UK) and established in 1911 is one of the leading Marine and Industrial distribution companies in the UK. Offering a wide range of Industrial radiator cooled and marine heat exchanger/keel cooled propulsion and auxiliary engines, reversing gearboxes, power take-offs, generating sets, custom built power packs, sea water pumps, strainers, steering systems along with most engine room installation fittings.

WaterMota Ltd is also the exclusive UK distributor and stockist for Doosan Infracore, D-I Industrial Co, Hyundai SeasAll, JMP Corporation and hold a distributor agreement with AZCUE.  

The Guinness Bar, which will be located out on the quayside, is sponsored by MAN Engines & Components which will showcasing its solutions in the Pacific Hall at stand PB3.

MAN Engines & Components, based in Wiltshire (UK), offer a wide range of high-speed four stroke diesel engines for use in commercial marine operations. MAN marine engines are known for their powerful acceleration coupled with an extremely low fuel consumption, boasting outstanding power efficiency and compactness.

At this year’s Seawork, MAN Engines will present its latest generation of inline six-cylinder engines for workboats based on the MAN D2676 with cylinder capacity of 12.4 l. Designed for use in vessels such as passenger ferries, pilot boats, fishing trawlers and lifeboats, the classified and non-classified engine provides a range of outputs from 147 kW to 588 kW (200 to 800 hp) for light, medium and heavy operations.


Seawork International is the largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition in Europe, providing businesses with the ideal opportunity to meet with international maritime decision makers and companies in one location, over three days. Seawork International will return to Mayflower Park in Southampton, UK from the 13-15 of June.

To find out more or to book your sponsorship package, speak to the Seawork Events Team to discuss availability and the best way to showcase and promote your business on +44 1329 825 335 or email