Wednesday, Nov 30 - Friday, Dec 2, 2016

Why Attend

Build your knowledge, your network, and unstoppable momentum.

This December, commercial mariners from around the world will unite once again in New Orleans for the International WorkBoat Show.

Each year, over 10,000 people return to network, discover new products, and learn about evolving issues affecting the industry – from expert keynote speakers, innovative exhibitors, and most importantly, each other.
For many of us, this year has been a time to regroup, reassess, and re-imagine what the future might hold. And because the economic forecast is not yet clear, every bit of support, every best practice, every tool, every efficiency, every bit of wisdom matters.

At The International WorkBoat Show, you’ll find thousands of solutions, strategies, technologies, and ideas to give your business an edge in 2017 and beyond. And you’ll find loyal exhibitors offering demos, special presentations, partnerships and deals to help you power through these turbulent times.

On Nov. 30 – Dec. 2, come to city of New Orleans to see, feel, experience, and benefit from this commercial marine tradition.

If it can propel your business forward, you’ll find it here.

The International WorkBoat Show is where all things commercial marine converge. Here are just a few of the highlights you can expect this year:

  • Expo floor learning opportunities including breakout sessions
  • Opportunities to meet vendors in person and experience their products before you buy
  • Meaningful insights, actionable takeaways, Q+A opportunities, and group problem solving sessions at the WorkBoat Annual Conference
  • Networking & sponsored events designed to build strong industry relationships
  • Young Professionals development to help shape the new minds of the industry

Who Attends

Commercial vessel owners and operators | shipyards | boat builders | engineers | marine architects | equipment manufacturers | distributors | port authorities | port engineers | marine surveyors | military | buyers | government officials | oil exploration | and production and others affiliated with the commercial marine industry.

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