Tourist guide for leisure mariners with targeted group of small- and medium-size yachts and sailboats will include as follows:
- overview of the area: geography, history, culture, tradition, and nature
- pictures of attractive and typical locations and places (landscapes, architecture, people, traditional environment)
- informative chart of the area with designated key locations
- chapter for each tourist port and marina with photos, plans, nautical information (number of berths, facilities and services, waste disposal, etc.), tourist assets (restaurants, coffee shops, etc.), general service information (medical care, transport, telecommunication services, banks and other financial services, etc.)
- charts and descriptions of cross-border routes
- information important for maritime safety (harbour master's offices, cross-border regimes, national legislation regarding maritime safety, search and rescue services, etc.), lists of available charts and nautical publications, and distributing agents (sailing directions, lists of lights, tide tables, etc.)
- contacts and links to other sources of tourist information.
Special importance will be given to issues such as: accessibility for the disabled persons, benefits for families with young children in harbours/marinas, and ecological aspect of nautical tourism (waste disposal).
Guide for mega yachts will be produced on the same principles as the guide for small- and medium-size yachts and sailboats, taking into consideration specific characteristics of mega yachts determined by their size, regarding navigation, arrival and stay in the ports of nautical tourism, supply, etc.
Presenters: Vinka Jurić (HHI) and Luka Mitrović (HMZCG)
Presentation was followed by refreshments.