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One of the main industries in the South Baltic area is tourism, however faced by a strong seasonality, non-diversified offers and concentration on certain centres. Oceanographic and nature museums in the Baltic Sea region are primary attractions in their destination with thousands of visitors each year. These institutions are perceived as real lighthouses with profound knowledge and edutainment fo ...
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Oceanographic museums are major attractions in the South Baltic region preserving and presenting the natural and cultural maritime heritage to domestic and international visitors. The exposition of that content is the very heart of the museums’ competence and uniqueness. In the South Baltic region, two scientific partners and four museums (including one partner from Kaliningrad) have cleared the w ...
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The overall idea of the project is to equip local/regional maritime-related businesses with the knowledge and competence on LNG (liquefied natural gas) technologies. This will enable them to be contracted for operating and maintaining the planned LNG terminal investments in Lithuania and Poland. With this competence the companies can specialise and form cross-border supply chains in South Baltic. ...
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In order to stay competitive and cope with the environmental problems of the Baltic Sea, the maritime sector of the South Baltic region has to undergo a shift from industry- to knowledge- and innovation based economy. The New Maritime Sector is a current term, but we prefer to call it a CHANGING maritime sector. To achieve this change, there is a growing need for skilled engineers, researchers and ...
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The growth of the maritime economy throughout Europe results in increasing demands for maritime space coupled with the need to ensure a viable marine environment. This phenomenon has led to the integrated maritime policy (IMP) approach throughout Europe with Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) being by now the widely acknowledged tool for co-ordinating spatial use and balancing of interests in the sea ...
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Maritime transport constitutes a vitally important part of trade and services for the countries around the Baltic Sea and Europe. Baltic shipping is constantly growing and some of the busiest shipping routes in the world go through the Baltic Sea. Consequently, the sensitive environment of the Baltic Sea is threatened by increasing pollution from the shipping industry. Through international agreem ...
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... e the target areas for the project. The European Water Policy and the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD) set the guidelines for managing river basins, while marine areas are managed within the EU Maritime Spatial Planning (MSP) framework. To implement these policies and to ensure a proper environmental integrity of the TWs, the cross-border cooperation of local and regional interest groups, citize ...
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SMEs represent 99% of all enterprises in BSR and provide up to 70% of all jobs, being an important economic but also socio-cultural factor. SMEs present the biggest potential for job creation also in future. QUICK aims at unleashing this potential to its full extent by addressing the following challenges undermining the competitiveness of the BSR SMEs:- limited benefit from innovation processes an ...
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Introducing Maritime Spatial Planning in the Baltic Sea (BaltSeaPlan)

Start date: Dec 31, 2008, End date: Jan 23, 2012,

The € 3,7 m project BaltSeaPlan (2009-2012) accompanied the EU Maritime Policy by supporting the introduction of Integrated Maritime Spatial Planning and preparation of National Maritime Strategies within Baltic Sea Region. It also contributed to the implementation of the HELCOM recommendation on broad-scale Maritime Spatial Planning & the VASAB Gdańsk Declaration.BackgroundThe Baltic Sea is a uni ...
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The Baltic Sea’s unique ecology is under a lot of pressure. Fishing, maritime pollution from ships and substantial additions of nutrition from e.g. sewage and farming all pose a threat to the inland sea where the water is estimated to take 30 years to renew. At all times there are some 2000 ships in movement, and each year we see 120-140 collisions and groundings in the Baltic Sea – both traffic a ...
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Efficient, Safe and Sustainable Traffic at Sea (EfficienSea)

Start date: Dec 31, 2008, End date: Jan 23, 2012,

The overall aim of EfficienSea was to improve maritime safety in the Baltic Sea region through concise and coordinate actions. Partners represented driving forces in the region for the development of improved of safety measures. We all worked for safe, sustainable and efficient traffic at sea and together we developed tools to make it happen. EfficienSea included 16 partners from six countries in ...
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Oversize Baltic (Oversize)

Start date: Jun 30, 2009, End date: Jun 29, 2011,

Oversize cargos – constitute an economically important segment of commercial haulage. They include exceptionally large and heavy indivisible cargos such as electric transformers, reactor vessels, wind mills or airplane fuselage - which is usually a part of advanced infrastructural high priority energy and technology projects. Oversize transport often needs to travel considerable distance; in many ...
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ADRIATIC-BALTIC LANDBRIDGE (A-B LANDBRIDGE)

Start date: May 31, 2006, End date: Apr 29, 2008,

Besides east/west connections and transport corridors, the enlarged EU also needs an improvement in the transport routes connecting the Mediterranean and Baltic countries. The Adriatic-Baltic land bridge project will conduct a pre-feasibility analysis and develop a deployment roadmap for north/south intermodal transport connections which link Europe and the Mediterranean countries with global mark ...
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The traffic flow in the Baltic Sea Region rises immediately and several studies forecast an ongoing dynamic growth in the upcoming years. Ports can benefit from this growth if they do not serve as water-gates only but also create Value Added Services (VAS) on the goods handled. In order to implement the most efficient VAS in the respective ports it is vital to acquire information regarding the kin ...
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BALTIC SEA INFORMATION MOTORWAYS (BaSIM)

Start date: Aug 31, 2004, End date: Dec 30, 2007,

... s well as on industry side. Improvement of productivity and competitiveness needs the development both physical and information infrastructure. The first being addressed by the work-package (WP) 3 “Maritime Transport Corridor Development” with special focus on the implication towards information and telecommunication technologies (ICT). Those are content of the other WPs of BaSIM in particular con ...
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The project focuses on: • natural and cultural information resources of the lagoons • their transnational usage• structuring this information to provide a holistic approach for a maritime cultural landscape • symptomatics of lagoons• basis for a unique tourism development of Baltic lagoons • Synergetic aspects of similar geographical regions in the EU are expected• This will be done by using regio ...
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The InterBaltic project is initiated by the CPMR Baltic Sea Commission and seconded by the Baltic Development Forum, based on the assumption that there will be a considerable increase in transportation and logistics within, to and from, and through the Baltic Sea region. This situation will affect political decisions, business development and living conditions in general.The main objective of this ...
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INland TRAnsports on SEA routes (INTRASEA)

Start date: Jun 30, 2003, End date: Feb 1, 2006,

... and rail to waterways and increased cargo volumes will be as environmentally friendly as possible. The subject of the INTRASEA project is utilizing the waterborne transport to inland markets, feeding maritime ports and unbroken chain of waterborne transport. The shift from road and rail to inland shipping is a potential for development in the Baltic Sea Region. INTRASEA is an interregional project ...
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... sly completed and widely successful MarTEL project, which implemented a series of English language tests for Cadets, Officers and Senior Officers in the Merchant Navy, incorporating the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO) Standard Marine Communication Phrases (SMCP).The project transfers knowledge, generated during the previous project’s lifecycle, in order to create a number of new outcom ...
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The International standards for maritime education and training (MET) currently in place were introduced in 1995 (IMO STCW-95). Since 1995, there has been rapid revolution in design of ships and the equipment used in the navigation and propulsion systems on board these ships and yet there has been no serious attempt to revise the STCW and/or the International model courses such as IMO 7.03, 7.04, ...
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This project intends to establish a set of standards by transfer of innovation from existing English language standards and maritime English model courses such as International Maritime Organisation's (IMO) Standard Maritime Communication Phrases. This Project therefore is a maritime language competency assessment project for English language.Shipping is perhaps the most important of the world’s i ...
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