Author Archive | John Mcaleer

Celebrations as Cool Route Marketing Leader Royal Cork Yacht Club wins the NMU Marina of the Year Awards at the London Boat Show.

Cool Route partners are today celebrating the success of partner Royal Cork Yacht Club in winning the highly coveted Marina of the Year Award. RYCY is leading the Cool Route Marketing Programme. Now in their fifth year, the Awards, sponsored in 2018 by specialist insurer NMU, are voted for by berth holders and visitors. They […]


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Planning your 2018 Cruise?

If you are looking for new and exciting cruising destinations, The Cool Route has been described as   The World’s Most Adventurous Cruising Route. While COOL represents Cruising Oceans On Latitudes over 51 ° North. It also represents the fresh cool air in temperate climates, where you can sit out comfortably, walk around and see the […]


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Cool Route welcomes the inclusion of Ireland’s Western Seaboard

Following a very productive meeting of the Cool Route partners, held in Glasgow last week , which was hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University, the project is very pleased to announce the inclusion of the West of Ireland Counties of Galway,  Mayo and Clare,  into the Cool Route Marketing Programme. Discussions led by Port of Galway, […]


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Cool Route receives warm welcome at Southampton Boat Show 2017

The Cool Route was promoted at the record attendance Southampton Boat Show The Royal Cork Yacht Club, the Port of Cork and Bantry Bay Port Company recently joined forces to promote marine leisure tourism. The three organisations attended Southampton Boat Show from 15-24th September 2017 tasked with promoting cruising to Cool Route marinas. Equipped with […]


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Cool Route Information and Booking system is launched

The Cool Route Project, promoting Marine Tourism on Europe’s North West Seaboard, has now launched its Information and Booking Platform. The purpose of this initiative, is to link local enterprises to their local ports, providing information to marine tourists on what’s available in the port locality, by way of food and drink, entertainment, things to […]


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Cool Route Leader Partner CIT establishes Superyacht Division at National Maritime College of Ireland

The many Super-yachting followers of the Cool Route will be pleased to learn that the lead partner, Cork Institute of Technology, which operates the National Maritime College of Ireland (NMCI) as its Maritime Research and Nautical Training Campus, has now established a Superyacht Division. In a move to broaden the base of NMCI operations even further […]


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