Passenger Ship Safety 2017

  • Type: Conference / Convention
  • 4 - 6 Apr, 2017
  • Southampton, United Kingdom (UK)
  • Grand Harbour Hotel, W Quay Road, Southampton, SO15 1AG, United Kingdom (UK)
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Event Overview:

Passenger Ship Safety 2017 - Pursuing higher standards in passenger safety

The passenger ship industry faces key changes surrounding the necessity to grow and adapt with the ever-increasing size and complexity of passenger vessels.

Passenger Ship Safety 2017, 4th – 6th April, Southampton, will provide end-user led interactive discussions, case studies, technological solutions, future procurement plans and exclusive networking opportunities to raise safety standards within the cruise and ferry market.

Key industry figures speaking will include; Captain Paolo Astarita, MSC Cruise Management Ltd, Hans Hederstrom, CSMART - Carnival Corporation and Katy Ware, Director of Maritime Safety and Standards - Permanent Representative of the UK to the IMO, MCA.

Passenger Ship Safety 2017 is the only forum of its kind to discuss passenger safety amongst cruise and ferry operators. Delegates will have access to the exhibition area and networking opportunities during the event. This will be the perfect opportunity to meet with leading industry innovators and discuss the latest technological solutions to keep passengers safe at sea.

Cruise and ferry operators, coastguards, emergency response and public sector employees will receive free entry to Passenger Ship Safety 2017. Limited industry delegate packages remain. 


Visitor Demographics:

  • Visitor Origin:
  • United Kingdom (UK)
  • Visitor demographic:
    • Cruise/ferry operators
    • Coast guards
    • Regulatory bodies
    • Government organisations
    • Flag states
    • Classification societies
    • Leading industry suppliers

Event organiser:

  • Organiser:
  • The Development Network UK
  • Address:
  • 3rd Floor, Grosvenor House, 51 New London Road, Chelmsford, Essex, United Kingdom (UK)
  • +44 (0) 124 540 7916

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