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Varied Partners

Apart from our fellow Irish Partners in the Royal Cork Yacht Club and Donegal County Council, the consortium includes Derry City Council, Blue Sea Marinas and the Glasgow Caledonian University, in Scotland. The Port of Torshavn in the Faroe Islands and the Western Norway Research Institute are also partners. The project also greatly benefit from […]


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Stakeholders Sea and Land

The objective of the Cool Route project, which has just commenced and will run to March 2018, is to research all aspects relating to the logistics, development, business and marketing planning for the route which starts at Cork Harbour and goes around the West of Ireland, across Northern Ireland and on to Scotland and eventually […]


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Plan of Action

Here is a list of project abd objectives that we at the Cool Route Project aim to achieve. PROJECT OBJECTIVES Strengthen the market reach and customer base for SMEs in remote communities Develop an exclusive product package to attract high end customers Develop a joint marketing strategy and ICT solution and cooperation on the logistics […]


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Kicking Off

Cork Institute of Technology has been awarded a significant project to develop a new maritime tourism cruising route between Cork and Arctic Circle areas of Norway. David Lovegrove, President of the Irish Sailing Association, announced the details in CIT. As Afloat.ie reported previously The “Cool Route Coastline” is one of the most scenic cruising grounds globally and, apart from the outstanding […]


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