Boating, Yachting, Maritime & Port Conferences

Boating, Yachting, Maritime Trade Shows & Conferences by Country

FLNG World 2014

Date: 29-Apr-14 to 30-Apr-14
Location: Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia
"Who leads the race for the World’s First FLNG ?" "Overcoming Technical and Commercial Challenges in Realising Production of Offshore LNG" Key Highlights: •US Shale gas price and its implication on FLNG investments in Asia •Mid to Small scale FLNG production technology •Global project updates and operators' perspective •Cost estimate of the best FLNG unit with technical and economic advantage •Shipbuilder's perspective on designing most effective FLNG vessel

Boat China & Water Sports Expo 2014

Date: 28-Apr-14 to 04-May-14
Location: Guangzhou / China
Boat China 2013, a three-day event, came to a successful end in China Import & Export Fair Pazhou Complex on May 12. During the opening ceremony, 3 deputy provincial leaders, 5 generals and over 20 bureau-level cadres made their appearance. In addition, World Yacht Industry Summit Forum, yacht model show, return banquet and other activities were also held at the same time. Covering an area of 21,000 square meters, it gathered more than 200 exhibitors and a record-breaking number of 13,000 professional visitors. During the show, many exhibitors reached cooperation intents with professional buyers, making the show ending with high satisfaction. 1.Displaying eye-catching and luxurious exhibits 2.Holding sparkling and fabulous concurrent activities 3.Staging yacht forum to seek ...

Ports and Marine Structures Asia 2014

Date: 27-May-14 to 30-May-14
Location: Kuala Lumpur / Malaysia
Growth in pan-Asian and international trade opportunities. The growing fleet of post-panamaxx vessels. Opportunities for trade specialisation and containerisation. For fear of losing out to competition and to cash in on the opportunities, stakeholders are developing and expanding hundreds of ports projects across Asia. But what are the typical challenges that impede a port’s growth? •Delays in clearances for port projects and costly construction slippages? •Dated infrastructure coupled with a shortage of funding for capacity addition and maintenance? •Loss of business to newer, more efficient or better designed ports? Ports and Marine Structures Asia brings together key senior stakeholders from the regional port and terminal industry across South and South East Asia to ...