MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo
Welcome to MARINE INTERIORS 2021
Cruise & Ferry Global Expo, powered by SMM
Trade Fair Debut Whets Appetite For More
Innovative design trends and top-flight expert panels: MARINE INTERIORS sets new standards for ship interior design. The inaugural trade fair dedicated to this topic was marked by excellent exhibitor and visitor attendance
From furnishings to lighting systems, and from fine materials to kitchen equipment, the MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo, powered by SMM, which premiered from 11 to 13 September, provided a showcase to a wide variety of suppliers of cruise ship interiors. More than 100 exhibitors met up with architects and designers as well as decision-makers from shipyards and shipping companies
Additional exhibition space for MARINE INTERIORS @ SMM 2020
Take your chance to exhibit on the extended area of MARINE INTERIORS @ SMM 2020 by booking a stand at the most important maritime trade fair in the world, which will be fully booked with more than 2,200 exhibitors on an area of over 90,000 m² and with around 50,000 visitors from 125 nations in attendance.
SEE WHO EXHIBITS
It was a perfect opportunity for business on a global scale: CEOs, Procurement Officers, Naval Architects, Business Development Directors, Technical Directors, Designers and other senior managers – 2,800 industry experts of more than 1,520 companies out of 46 nations visited MARINE INTERIORS Cruise & Ferry Global Expo 2019.
WELCOME TO HAMBURG
THE HUB OF EUROPE’S CRUISE INDUSTRY
Germany's largest port city brimms with culture and nightlife. According to „The New York Times“, Hamburg ranks among the world’s top ten travel destinations. The maritime metropolis offers rambling municipal parks and brims with architectural greatness, an abundance of culture and nightlife beyond compare.
Enjoy your stay, and if you can, prolong it over the weekend to fully experience the highly popular Hamburg Cruise Days (13 – 15 September 2019) and Blue Port Hamburg (6 – 15 September) which transform the port into a giant stage.