The Cool Route is linking local enterprises to their local ports, providing information to marine tourists on what’s
available for visiting cruising boats in the port locality, by way of food and drink, entertainment, things to do
and see and places to visit.
A FREE self-registration for maritime related businesses is fast and simple to complete in a few minutes and includes
automatic mapping of your location, details of your products and services and a direct link to your own business
or community website.
Since the commencement of the Cool Route Project in 2015, Marine Tourism is expanding at an encouraging rate and just
recently Boat International, one of the most prestigious superyacht magazines described the Cool Route as the Most
Adventurous Cruising Route in the world –
Visits to our coasts by private yachts and liners, as well as superyacht are steadily increasing on the Cool Route Coasts,
stretching north westerly from Cork in Ireland as far as Tromsø in Norway. Coastlines include South and West of Ireland,
Northern Ireland, Western and Northern Scotland, the Faroe Island and Western Norway. Cool Route aims to promote
these unique sailing grounds in North West Europe, encouraging sailing visitors to enjoy some of the most scenic,
challenging and culturally diverse coastlines on our planet.
As Associate Partners of the Cool Route, Irish Sailing welcomes this initiative to promote our incredible cruising coastline
and help to encourage coastal infrastructure development.
Information on the Cool Route project is available at www.sailcoolroute.eu. The Cool Route project is funded under the
Northern Periphery and Arctic Programme 2014 – 2020.
You can follow the project on
https://www.facebook.com/eucoolroute and Twitter #eucoolroute
For more information contact:
Marine Tourism Officer
Tel (028) 71253253 Ext 6907
Any changes to syllabus, law or influences that effect training centres, clubs and classes
will be posted as OFFICIAL Notices or TRAINING NOTICES and listed here.