We’re delighted to share this on behalf of the Cool Route project and ask all our readers to share it too.  The more people who complete the survey – the better the data.

The Cool Route project investigates all aspects of the practical logistics and business potential to establish a bi-directional yacht cruising route along the western offshore areas of the Northern Periphery Area.

The cruising ground is one of the most attractive globally and stretches from Cork in the South of Ireland to Western and Northern Ireland on to Western Scotland and then to the Faroe Islands And Western Norway.

The 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 Europe’s North Western Seaboard. Wide ranging research is now being conducted by Cool Route on the Cruising Preferences of sailors in Ireland,  the United Kingdom, the Faroe Islands and Norway.  This research, which is incorporating the expert views and priorities of cruising skippers, will be an important  input to the future development and marketing of cruising in these waters.


We invite you to please complete the survey, which is on line at https://survey.cit.ie/index.php/464947/lang-en


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