Meet the cruise industry in Hamburg.

Join us at the home of Europe's largest cruise community and the world capital of maritime classification societies: MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo in Hamburg was established in 2019 as Europe's first stand-alone trade show for the passenger ship interiors, equipment and technology segment.

With more than 8 out of 10 decision-level visitors, this event attracts the cruise industry's pacesetters and provides cruise architects, cruise outfitters and cruise suppliers with an ideal ecosphere for their business - with a wide range of exhibitor categories as well as conferences and expert forums to inspire our industry. Reach out to the European cruise industry, both in the luxury segment and in river cruising, and introduce your brand to representatives of the world's leading cruise and ferry lines, shipyards and interior design studios.

What’s better for business than meeting up with friends, colleagues, new suppliers and like-minded fellow maritime professionals? The global maritime industry will make up for lost time with the upcoming shows and events. Although the Corona pandemic has shown us the possibilities to further embrace the digital ways of communicating and host events, we are convinced that live events such as SMM and MARINE INTERIORS are necessary in order to meet fellow maritime professionals, to discover the latest news, innovations and to create new stories. We can’t wait to show the maritime industry our latest innovations.

Jacco van Overbeek
Director Maritime Division, Bolidt

Jacco van Overbeek Director Maritime Division, Bolidt

The European river cruise sector is looking ahead to 2022 with confidence and is pleased to be part of the next MARINE INTERIORS @SMM. SMM is once again focusing on the Cruise & Ferry market which sends a positive signal to the market. It is important for us to meet the decision-makers from the maritime industry at SMM and to be present at the trade fair.

Daniel Buchmüller,
President, IG RiverCruise / CSO, River Advice AG

Daniel Buchmueller

I believe that art, craft and design form together a strong language that records, promotes and enhances our engagement with the cultures we live in and with those we visit on our journeys. I am looking forward to sharing a stage with inspiring members of our industry at MARINE INTERIORS @SMM 2022 to discuss insights and inspirations towards a more sustainable and regenerative future.

Tal Danai,
CEO and Founder, Artlink

Tal Danai
View at MARINE INTERIORS stage @SMM

MARINE INTERIORS area @SMM

6 to 9 September 2022

Interior ship design at the world’s leading trade fair for the maritime industry.
As the world's leading trade fair for the maritime industry, SMM aims to reflect the diversity of topics and to drive the transition in every sector. The segment general outfitting/interiorship design has been an important part of SMM for many years and will receive more attention than ever in 2022.

SMM 2022 will also be this year’s first event in Europe where the experts of the passenger ship industry will come together again. With an extensive four-day stage programme and our daily networking event “It's wine o'clock", the MARINE INTERIORS area @SMM will be the ideal platform to meet the decision-makers of the industry.

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Teaser Here’s why the industry’s leaders participate

Here’s why the industry’s leaders participate

The MARINE INTERIORS 2023 exhibitor brochure

See why it's worth attending and how we can help you successfully expand your network and drive your business forward.

Discover the extended exhibitor categories as well as our attractive exhibitor packages and meet the cruise industry’s decision-makers live in Hamburg.

Read the brochure (EPAPER)

Download the brochure(PDF)

A selection of visitors to MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo 2019:

Abeking & Rasmussen / AD Associates / AIDA Cruises / Anglo-Eastern / A-Rosa Flussschiff / Benetti / Blohm + Voss / Carnival Cruise Line / cm-Design / Columbia Cruise Services / Crystal River Cruises Manning / CSSC Cruise Technology Development / dpa lighting consultants / Drydocks World Dubai / Emden Dockyard / Fahrgastschifffahrt Saalburg / FINCANTIERI / Flensburger Schiffbau Gesellschaft / Genting Hong Kong / Grimaldi Group / Hamburg Aviation / Hapag Lloyd Cruises / Hubei Provincial Office of Shipbuilding Industry Management / Hyundai Heavy Industries / Hyundai Merchant Marine Deutschland / ISRAEL SHIPYARDS / Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association / JOI Design / Kingfisher (Shanghai) Marine Services / Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven / Lufthansa Technik / Lürssen / Meyer Turku / Meyer Werft / MSC Cruises / MV WERFTEN / Neptun Ship Design / Nobiskrug / Norwegian Cruise Lines / OLIVER DESIGN / OMK Design / Partner Ship Design / Perini Navi / P&O Ferries / R&M Ship Technologies / Saint Gobain Marine / Samsung Electronics / Sea Cloud Cruises / Studio Bigi Carità / Tallink Grupp / thyssenkrupp Marine Systems / TUI Cruises / Ulstein Verft / VARD DESIGN / WEST SEA Shipyard

What is visitor´s purpose + nature of business?

2,800 visitors from 45 countries

Boasting a share of 87% on decision level

The segment is enjoying a lot of attention, which was more than visible on the exhibition floor filled with visitors to MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo as well as attendee of the co-located Seatrade Europe.

All in all, about 2,800 professional visitors from around the world came to meet with the industry's most creative players. Looking at the very high share of visitors on decision level (86%), it's clear why the exhibitors rave about the premium quality of representatives from leading cruise brands.

Attendees in 2019

See who exhibits...

105 exhibitors from 20 nations

Featuring companies from four continents

We're still thrilled that we had so many outstanding companies from all parts of the world presenting themselves at the premiere of MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo in 2019. With renowned brands from Europe and some exhibitors coming all the way from China, Australia and the USA, we knew that we had to bring first-class visitors to the exhibition floor. And we're proud that the numbers speak for themselves.

See exhibitor directory 2019

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Hamburg

The Hamburg experience

The city is known to have more bridges than Amsterdam and Venice together, but what strikes even more is that it bridges maritime tradition and modernity in many ways. The city brims with architectural greatness, an abundance of culture and nightlife beyond compare. On top of that, it offers space to relax. 

Date

MARINE INTERIORS 2023
Cruise & Ferry Global Expo
powered by SMM

06
08
September
2023

Opening times

Wednesday + Thursday
10 am – 6 pm

Friday
10 am – 2 pm

      Hall A1

      Central Entrance

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      Co-located with

      Supported by

      Verband Deutscher Reeder
      IG River Cruise
      Cruise Lines International Association
      VDMA
      VSM
      Verband Deutscher Schiffsausrüster

      Endorsing Associations

      amec
      HEMEXPO
      Habic
      ISES

      Media Partner

      Baird Maritime
      Cruise Industry News
      Cruise Business
      Cruise Times
      Drydock Magazine
      Future Cruise
      HANSA - Inernational Maritime Journal
      Cruise & Ferry
      International Cruise Ship Industry
      Indepth Maritime
      International Ship & Offshore Magazine
      Maritime Reporter
      The Maritime Executive
      Passenger Ship Technology
      Passenger Ship Interior & Refurbishment Review
      Schiff & Hafen
      Ship & Offshore
      Ship2Shore
      Starboard
      Ship Technology
      SUT - Schiffahrt Hafen Bahn und Technik
      World Cruise Industry Review
      Xinde Marine News
      Cruise & Ferry Interiors
      Inside Marine
      Deutsche Seeschifffahrt
      architektur international
      THB – TÄGLICHER HAFENBERICHT

      Official Event Publication

      Seatrade Cruise Review