Cool Route Partner, Donegal County Council gets the go ahead for new Marine Project

Cool Route partner, Donegal County Council understands the importance of continuing to develop and promote Donegal as a quality marine tourism destination on the Wild Atlantic Way. Targeted involvement in EU projects with partnership networks across Europe is a vital way of ensuring that Donegal is at the forefront when EU funding becomes available for […]

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Creevy Co-op receiving Ocean Hero Award

Clean Coasts’ Ocean Hero Awards Honour Ireland’s Coastal Communities

Creevy Co-op has come out tops at this year’s Ocean Hero Awards which were hosted by the Clean Coast Programme on Tuesday at the Royal College of Physicians in Dublin. The Clean Coasts’ Ocean Hero Awards was celebrating eleven years of honouring the invaluable contribution Ireland’s coastal communities have made towards conserving our spectacular coastline […]

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Glasgow Caledonian University engage with Marine Businesses

The Moffat Centre at Glasgow Caledonian University is the Cool Route partner responsible for Work package 3- Technical Design, Safety and Logistics, have engaged in several events throughout Scotland in the past few months, liaising with marine businesses and regional organisations. Mr. Giancarlo Fedeli, Principal Investigator for the Cool Route at GCU stated, “As we are […]

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Record Year in Torshavn

This summer turned out to be another record year for sailing yachts in Port of Torshavn – a proud participant of the Sail Cool Route project. Whether it is the pristine scenery, its unique location or just a convenient stopover, is left unsaid, however, ever since the introduction of the Cool Route project started a […]

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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 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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