Sea Tech Week® 2022
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Shuttles leave Brest city center from the Multiplexe Ciné Liberté movie theater (10 Av. Georges Clemenceau, 29200 Brest).

It takes 20 minutes to go to Brest Expo.


Monday 26 September

  • 1pm - city to Brest Expo
  • 6pm and 6.45pm - Brest Expo to city

Tuesday 27 September

  • 7.45am and 8.30am - city to Brest Expo
  • 7pm and 8.30pm - Brest Expo to city

Wednesday 28 September

  • 7.30am and 8.15am - city to Brest Expo
  • 6pm, 6.45pm and 8.40pm - Brest Expo to city

Thursday 29 September

  • 8am - city to Brest Expo
  • 6pm and 6.45pm - Brest Expo to city
  • 7pm from Brest Expo to Concarneau (only for the people who registered for the "Rendez-vous de Concarneau" organised on Friday in Concarneau).

Brest Expo

Brest Expo
Sea Tech Week® will be held at Brest Expo located to the north of Brest, on the banks of the the Penfeld river.



Brest Expo

Rond-point Guerven

29820 Guilers

48°24.5952’N | 04°31.9192’O

Eco-responsible policy

©Mathieu Le Gall/Brest métropole

Brest Expo includes the event performance tool proposed by UNIMEV: CLEO. We will have the opportunity to draw up the environmental report of Sea Tech Week®.

Coffee breaks will be eco-responsible with 100% local products:

  • The orange juice is replaced by an apple juice produced locally
  • The coffee is Bozec coffee, roasted in Brest
  • The mini-viennoiseries are produced by an artisan baker from Brest
  • The Breizhine biscuit factory in the Port of Brest produces organic biscuits made from buckwheat

The caterers have been chosen for their involvement in their CSR approach, and the promotion of local products and zero plastic.

We are setting up a collective shuttle service between the congress centre and the city centre (close to the hotels and the train station).


  • Brest expo is equipped with sorting bins (glass, plastic, cardboard)
  • Less waste is produced on site: the use of single-use plastic is drastically limited
  • Drinking water points are signposted and made available in the spaces
  • Speakers will have a water glass and carafe on stage

badges will be printed on recycled and recyclable cardboard. The printing will be done by a local printer.



Come to Brest


© Laurent Névo/Brest métropole
With the first airport in Brittany, Brest is accessible from more than twenty destinations by direct flights. You prefer the train, that's good, we are now 3h25 from Paris. By car via the RN12 or the RN 165 it's the same, our motorways are free! Once there, it's simple and efficient: same network and same ticket for the bus, tram and cable car.


More information about transportation


Find all the information you need for an easy stay! Getting around, weather forecasts, tide times, useful contacts, our brochures to download...


Find info on the Brest metropole Tourist Office website



© Brest métropole
To make your stay a success, above all, choose the right accommodation! You come to Brest on a business trip, on a family reunion or on vacation, by plane, train, boat or car, you are traveling in "backpacker" mode or prefer a top-of-the-range room... there is necessarily the accommodation you want!


Why you will love Brest

There are thousands of reasons to love a place. Its soul, its architecture, its history, its inhabitants ... Brest and its region are among those places that don’t leave anyone indifferent. Here, contemplate the city and at large the 360​° view.



Brest, Capital of the Oceans


© Thierry Joyeux / Brest métropole

Ifremer (French Research Institute for Exploitation of the Sea), Institut Universitaire Européen de la Mer1 (European Institute for Marine Studies), Station biologique de Roscoff (French marine biology and oceanography research and teaching centre), grandes écoles2 (competitive-entrance higher education establishments), French public institutions3… With 1,770 people working in marine research here, the north-west tip of Brittany has elevated itself to the top of the European ranking and is the focus of a third of France’s training and research complement in the marine science sector.

The Brest employment zone is the primary maritime hub for economic activity in Brittany with nearly 30,000 jobs (Defence, higher education and research, fishing and boating…). Structures like the Technopôle Brest-Iroise (a hub for science and technology) and the Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique (a sea innovation cluster), have quickly established themselves as key players in uniting the world of research, education and business in the domain of marine science and technology.

In 2016, in a bid to continue to strengthen their synergies in this domain, this community of economic, academic and institutional protagonists decided to come together within the Campus Mondial de la Mer: a unique and innovative project whose mission is to make Brest and Brittany one of the best venues in the world for the study and valorisation of the oceans and seas, as well as the platform for a strong and sustainable maritime economy.


More information about the Campus mondial de la mer

(1) The IUEM is part of the University of Western Brittany (UBO).
(2) Brest boasts nine competitive-entrance higher education establishments in its region, including the National School of Engineers of Brest (Enib), the National School of Advanced Technologies (Ensta Bretagne), the French Naval Academy as well as the Higher Institute for Electronics and Digital (Isen Brest).
(3) Several French public institutions have their headquarters in Brest, including the French Naval Hydrographic and Oceanographic Service (SHOM) and the Institut Mines-Télécom Atlantique (IMT Atlantique).



© Benjamin Deroche /  Brest métropole
Need help to prepare your venue in Brest, contact the Brest metropole Tourist Office
Tel: + 33 (0)2 98 44 24
Opening hours :
9.30am - 6pm Monday to Saturday
July/August: 9.30am - 7pm Monday to Sunday morning


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