Maritime Institute Projects New Projects of the Maritime Institute in Gdańsk

New Projects of the Maritime Institute in Gdańsk


The Project Management Center has a pleasure to announce, that Maritime Institute in Gdańsk is a partner in six, completely new European projects accepted under the first call of Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme 2014 to 2020.

The Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme has started new funding period at 2014-2020. All six applications submitted by us has been fully accepted.

Below you can find a brief information about our new projects:
"GREEN CRUISE PORT" (Sustainable Development of Cruise Port Locations). The project is addressed to the main public and private stakeholders, like ports and Port Authorities, terminal and shipping lines operators , politicians, etc. The project aim is to find smart solutions for "greener" cruise ports in the BSR.

"Smart Blue Regions" (Smart Blue Regions: Smart Specialisation and Blue Growth in the BSR)
The project aim is to support blue growth of Baltic Sea regions by effective implementation of smart specializations related to maritime economy, exchange of good practice cases and identification of future common directions of cooperation between regions.

"Baltic Blue Growth" (Baltic Blue Growth Initiation of full scale mussel farming in the Baltic sea)
The aim of the project is to find the optimal combination of economic and environmental interests for blue mussels farming in The Baltic Sea on the example of already existing farm and experimental installations.

(Decision Aid for Marine Munitions) is a project under the auspices of HELCOM SUBMERGE Expert Group. It aims to obtaining reliable knowledge about the risks and dangers related to munitions objects found at the sea bottom and to develop scenarios for efficient and safe plans to counteract the potentially dangerous imacts on the environment of the identified risks.

"Baltic LINes" (Coherent Linear Infrastructures in Baltic Maritime Spatial Plans) seeks to increase transnational coherence of shipping routes and energy corridors in Maritime Spatial Plans in the BSR. It will not only help to effectively use the space of the Baltic Sea, but also improve the blue growth potential (maritime transportation, offshore energy exploitation, coastal tourism).

"Baltic InteGrid" (Integrated Baltic offshore wind electricity grid development) is directed to transmission system operators, OWE industry, policymakers, national authorities, academia and all those who may be interested in the development of wind energy at the Baltic Sea. The aim of the project is to find optimal solutions for development of power grid, which is currently one of the major bottlenecks in the development of renewable energy sources in the Baltic Sea Regions.

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