For exhibitors: Be part of the leading event for the European ocean and river cruise industries

Key stakeholders from across the cruising community will meet from 11-13 September to learn, network and discuss prominent topics from across the industry.

Hamburg continues to be the highest ranking port in Germany with 342 ship arrivals and 1,109.000 passengers over the last two years alone. It is again host to the 10th edition of Seatrade Europe, offering a hub of exciting conference content, unrivalled networking opportunities and a showcase exhibition.

Set to welcome more than 5,000 participants from all over the world including more than 260 exhibitors from 40 countries, Seatrade Europe is truly a must-attend event for anyone wanting to meet with the European cruise lines, key decision makers and notable figures for the cruise industry.

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of this significant event:

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Network

with a powerful network of the industry's most influential movers and shakers

Build

meaningful relationships that lead to new business opportunities

Launch

new products and services on global stage

Elevate

brand visibility and awareness in front of an engaged audience

Achieve

tangible business results in just 2.5 days


Who should exhibit?

If you are involved with the burgeoning cruise industry…

...then you should be represented at Seatrade Europe and meet with an audience that wants to do business.

Previous cruise lines in attendance include:

  • Shipbuilders & repair
  • Marine equipment manufacturers
  • Interior outfitters / refurbishers
  • Hotel equipment & onboard suppliers
  • Entertainment & leisure suppliers
  • Food & beverage suppliers
  • IT suppliers
  • Classification societies

  • Cruise terminal suppliers
  • Cruise ports
  • Tourism authorities
  • Destination management companies
  • Tour operators & ground handlers
  • Ship agents
  • Cruise associations
  • Hotels, airports & airlines

 Warning about dubious address brokers

Currently, dubious companies try to sell exhibitors visitor lists, hotel rooms or entries in trade fair directories.

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