EXHIBITIONS: BOAT SEATS AND ROV SEATS
Crown Marine Seats likes to attend and support the industry by exhibiting our boat seats and ROV seats at many trade shows throughout the year. Depending on the exhibition floor space available, Crown exhibits a wide range of boat seats and associated accessories at each show. This is perfect for Skippers, Ship and boat builders, Fleet managers, Naval architects, Yacht owners and remote sub-sea operators. We would always encourage potential buyers to try the boat seat before buying. A poor selection of ship seat can create years of uncomfortable seating and less efficient operations. At all the shows that Crown attends, there is a marine seating specialist on hand to advise on seat /chair selection that is most suitable for a clients’ needs.
At each show, Crown selects boat seats to best suit that market. These ship seats will be available to try at the show and visitors are actively encouraged to sit for as long as desired. Check the list of trade shows on this page. Where Crown are exhibiting at a show, we encourage visitors to enquire which boat seats will be on the stand to try, ahead of the show. When possible, Crown may be able to bring along a specific boat seat style that is of particular interest. A trade show is also a very good place to discuss the very latest technology in marine seating. This may include new seat styles and developments in seat and under seat accessories as well as changes to legislation that may have been introduced.
Not only do trade shows provide visitors with a chance to try the very best in marine seating, Crown often provides genuine discounts that are available only to show visitors. Crown adopts this policy to support the show and encourage visitors to discuss their requirements with us.
On some occasions, there may be a show in which Crown are not exhibiting. That doesn’t mean we aren’t in attendance at the show. Why not make an enquiry ahead of the show and chances are, one of our staff will be attending the show, if only as a visitor? In these circumstances, a meeting can be arranged to discuss requirements over a coffee. Don’t worry, the coffee is on us.