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Cool Route to Visit Cork

Cool Route Project Partners will attend a project meeting which will take place this week in the Port of Cork offices, hosted by project lead partner Cork Institute of Technology. The Cool Route Cruising Ground, described in the International Yachting Press as the World’s Most Adventurous Cruising Ground, is one of the most attractive coastlines […]


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Tórshavn Welcomes Start of Season

  The 22nd of March marked the beginning of the summer in Tórshavn. While still early in terms of calendar days, the Port of Tórshavn (a partner in the Cool Route Project) positioned the foreign guest pontoons in its prime location, thus signalling the start of the season 2018. ‘The past couple of years we have […]


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Take the Cool Route Voyage on YouTube

The Cool Route project have just completed a video high-lightening the Cool Route as new and unique, a route that is challenging but very diverse and rewarding, a route that is different from traditional sailing routes and covers northern regions that have cooler weather conditions but also some of the world’s most breath-taking scenery. So […]


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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 to Visit Glasgow

A Cool Route Project Partners meeting will take place next week in Glasgow Caledonian University, hosted by project partner GCU. The Cool Route Project – Cruising Oceans on Latitudes above 51 Degrees North – investigates all aspects of the potential to establish a yacht cruising route along the western offshore areas of the Northern Periphery Area, […]


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Cool Route Survey on Cruising Preferences Now Live

The Cool Route Project includes all of the National Sailing Organisations in Ireland and the UK and has strategic partners in the Faroe Islands and in Norway. The project, funded by the Interreg VB Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme,  is researching on a transnational collaborative basis, the development and marketing of the overall cruising grounds around […]


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New Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme Website Launched

The Northern Periphery and Arctic 2014-2020 forms a cooperation between 9 programme partner countries. The NPA 2014-2020 is part of the European Territorial Cooperation Objective, supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and ERDF equivalent funding from non EU partner countries. Despite geographical differences, the large programme area shares a number of joint challenges […]


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Oban Harbour Project to Improve Navigational Safety

October 2015 marks one year since the partnership scheme to improve navigational safety in Oban Harbour began. The scheme was initiated due to the current high level of ferry, commercial and marine leisure activity, the initiatives in place to increase this business and recent high-profile incidents. Oban Harbour is located in Scotland on the Cool […]


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