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Date du début: 30 sept. 2003, Date de fin: 29 juin 2006 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

In recent years, marinas have been built in excessively large numbers to meet the expectations of fast-growing nautical tourism. In most cases, growth has been uncontrolled, ignoring certain very important requirements, and this may lead to serious problems for environmental management and safety, for staff training and the development of ICT and for the preservation of historical heritage. The partners involved in the project plan to provide answers to the problems of environmental impact, the requirements of sustainable growth and the needs of the labour market. Overall objective / Objectif général In order to meet these requirements, partners will be able to share their experiences and detect any shortcomings in matters relating to the environment, safety, staff training and adaptation to the new ICT, while drawing up a catalogue of the historical heritage connected to marina facilities. An inter-regional observatory will also be set up to keep track of the main phenomena relating to marinas. Expected results / Résultats attendus Specific training programmes will be set up with the aim of improving the safety qualifications of marina staff and of raising awareness amongst both staff and users regarding safety and the environment. Studies will be drawn up on the condition of marinas in the regions participating in the project and on the need to develop and adapt new technologies, with the aim of making recommendations on the installation of new computerised services. The creation of a permanent, interregional observatory should facilitate analysis of the economic, social and environmental impact of marinas and their activities and of the quality and competitiveness of marinas.



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  • 2000 - 2006 Interreg IIIC South
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