May 28, 2020

DG MARE Opportunities: Call for proposals - Nautical Routes for Europe & Call for experts in Maritime and Fisheries Policy

Call for proposals – Nautical Routes for Europe

The Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) has launched a call for proposals with a view to develop and promote transnational touristic thematic routes and transnational thematic tourism products in the fields of nautical tourism and water sports tourism.

The main objective is to support the development of transnational thematic tourism products and their promotion through the creation of transnational touristic thematic routes in coastal regions in the areas of nautical tourism and water sports tourism at sea. The routes created by the projects must be innovative in the sense that they result in a diversification of the coastal and maritime tourism offer in Europe.

The total budget for this action is EUR 1,500,000.

More details about the eligibility criteria and the application procedure can be found at:

Call for experts in Maritime and Fisheries Policy

EASME is looking for independent experts to provide assistance in evaluation and monitoring activities of actions under the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund. Experts must be specialised in one or more of the following fields related to the Integrated Maritime Policy and the Common Fisheries Policy.

Marine environment: marine biology, marine ecosystems, integrated coastal zone management, marine environmental policies, fisheries science;

Maritime/blue economy, maritime engineering and technologies: aquaculture, seafood industry, coastal and maritime tourism, maritime services, waterborne transport, ports, ocean engineering, shipping, shipbuilding, marine renewable energy, offshore and underwater technologies, marine biotechnology;

Skills for the blue economy: education and training for maritime professions;

Cross-cutting marine/maritime action areas: marine knowledge and research, ocean observation and monitoring, oceanography, maritime security and surveillance, maritime spatial planning, international ocean governance, maritime economy, marine and maritime data processing and analysis.

To find out more, please access the following link:

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