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A PRIMEIRA TRAVESÍA NÁUTICA XACOBEA CHEGARÁ A GALICIA ESTE VERÁN PARA CONMEMORAR O VIII CENTENARIO DA PEREGRINACIÓN DE SAN FRANCISCO DE ASÍS A SANTIAGO

 

A PRIMEIRA TRAVESÍA NÁUTICA XACOBEA CHEGARÁ A GALICIA ESTE VERÁN PARA CONMEMORAR O VIII CENTENARIO DA PEREGRINACIÓN DE SAN FRANCISCO DE ASÍS A SANTIAGO

 

 

  • O percorrido  pola Ruta Mediterránea superará as 1.500 millas náuticas e recalará en 12 portos de Italia, Francia, España e Portugal, antes de chegar a Galicia, a meta dos Camiños de Santiago
  • Haberá unha segunda Ruta, a Atlántica, que sairá dos portos de Francia, Irlanda e Inglaterra e que se reunirá en Ribadeo para realizar un percorrido pola costa galega ata as Rías Baixas, onde confluirá coa Ruta Mediterránea

Santiago, 11 de marzo de 2014.-  A directora de Turismo de Galicia, Nava Castro Domínguez, presentou, en compañía del Presidente de ASNAUGA Javier RUiz de Cortazar Díaz, la celebración da primeira Travesía Náutica Xacobea, unha das actividades centrais do VIII Centenario da Peregrinación de San Francisco de Asís a Santiago que percorrerá máis de 1.500 millas náuticas na súa Ruta Mediterránea e que recalará en 12 portos de Italia, Francia, España e Portugal, antes de chegar a Galicia.

 

Turismo de Galicia, en colaboración con Asnauga – A Asociación de Clubs Náuticos de Galicia - organiza esta peregrinación náutica  que se celebrará en los meses de junio y julio e que ten por obxecto rememorar a Traslatio do corpo do Apóstolo Santiago ata Galicia por mar, así como a propia peregrinación do Santo de Asís, ao tempo que se realiza esta viaxe  única en Europa polas súas características.

 

A iniciativa contribúe, segundo explicou a directora de Turismo de Galicia á promoción da cultura, do patrimonio marítimo da comunidade e da protección do medio ambiente apoiando a posta en valor turística dos portos deportivos galegos; así como a difusión internacional da Ruta Xacobea do Mar de Arousa e Río Ulla e mais de Galicia como destino turístico.

 

A primeira Travesía Náutica Xacobea forma parte dos actos do VIII Centenario da Peregrinación de San Francisco de Asís a Santiago  que se conmemora en Galicia dende mediados de 2013 a mediados de 2015. Neste 2014, Galicia brinda a oportunidade de coñecer, a través da organización de múltiples actos expositivos, congresuais, artísticos e culturais a figura de San Francisco e a súa vinculación coa cultura xacobea.

 

A peregrinación estará formada por dúas rutas que confluirán nas Rías Baixas galegas: unha Ruta Atlántica –que sairá de Inglaterra, Irlanda e Francia- e mais unha Ruta Mediterránea que partirá de Xénova, en Italia. A ruta de maior percorrido será a Mediterránea. Así, no mes de xullo, dúas flotas de 30 embarcacións e goletas percorrerán máis de 1.500 e 210 millas, respectivamente, así como 14 portos  de Italia, Francia, Portugal e España. Así, as dúas rutas náuticas confluirán nas Ría de Arousa, dende onde os seus participantes se desprazarán para chegar a Santiago de Compostela, percorrendo a Ruta do Mar de Arousa e Río Ulla.

 

A Ruta Mediterránea conta con 14 etapas, cun percorrido total aproximado de 1.542 millas náuticas. Partirá de Xénova e continuará por Toulon (Francia), Palma de Mallorca, Torrevieja, Cartagena, Roquetas, Marbella, Cádiz (España), Portimao, Sines, Cascais, Figueira da Foz, Porto (Portugal) e xa por último en Galicia, onde recalará en portos como Portonovo e Cabo de Cruz.

Dado que Galicia lidera o segmento de Q de Calidade Turística en instalacións náutico-deportivas en toda España, este será o criterio de selección das portos deportivos dos clubes náuticos escollidos para acoller as embarcacións da Peregrinación Náutica.

 

A Ruta Atlántica ten un percorrido de 210 millas náuticas e comezará no punto de reunión, que será o porto de Ribadeo. Nel, aproveitando os fluxos marítimos, concentraranse embarcacións procedentes de Irlanda, Inglaterra ou Francia. Estas embarcacións baixarán ata as Rías Baixas, pasando por Ortigueira, Ares, Camariñas, Portosín e Cabo de CRuz. O percorrido no territorio galego  constará de 5 etapas. Dispoñerase tamén de embarcacións guía duns 50 pés.

 

A peregrinación está aberta a dous tipos de flota: embarcacións a vela de particulares que poidan realizar a viaxe en todo ou en parte, e goletas que levarán pasaxeiros durante a travesía. En total mobilizaranse máis de 170 participantes nas embarcacións que realicen o percorrido entre Xénova e Galicia, e segundo percorrido entre Ribadeo e as Rías Baixas.

 

A duración da travesía será de entre 18 e 24 días na ruta entre Xénova e Galicia – a Ruta Mediterránea- e de entre 5 e 8 días na Ruta Atlántica. Durante a travesía desenvólvense actividades e particípase en diferentes labores, integrándose na tripulación con monitores e mariñeiros expertos que ensinarán procedementos das diferentes tarefas que se levan a cabo nunha embarcación de vela de gran eslora.

 

As dúas flotas chegarán ata a Ría de Arousa e as tripulacións recolleranse en catamaráns para remontar e realizar o último tramo da peregrinación a Santiago de Compostela. Celebrarase a misa do peregrino e entregarase a “Compostela” aos tripulantes que tiveran realizado máis de 90 millas náuticas , así como a certificación “Cotolaya” otorgada pola Orden Franciscana en conmemoración do VIII centenario para cada embarcación que termine a peregrinación.

 

Así, a travesía unirá tamén aos pobos e portos con tradición Xacobea e promoverá a participación nestes eventos con grandes veleiros, axudando a preservar e conservar as embarcacións clásicas. Segundo explicou tamén a directora de Turismo de Galicia, a administración turística galega aposta pola náutica a través da segunda liña do Plan Integral de Turismo. Esta liña céntrase na oferta turística baseada no patrimonio e nos recursos endóxenos buscando a desestacionalización e os novos públicos. Nela inclúense accións relativas ao aproveitamento das sinerxías existentes entre o turismo mariñeiro e o turismo náutico, así como o desenvolvemento de produtos turísticos especializados dirixidos a segmentos de público específico. No marco desta acción inclúese a organización, mellora e promoción da oferta relacionada co turismo náutico e o seu acondicionamento para a recepción e atención de visitantes e comercialización de experiencias turísticas complementarias.

 

Nava Castro engadiu tamén que “a posta en valor do noso territorio e dos recursos asociados a esta práctica deportiva repercutirá positivamente na nosa imaxe como destino multiexperiencial e versátil, adaptado aos diversos segmentos da demanda”. E dixo que “a Travesía Náutica Xacobea é unha acción pioneira, que descubrirá aos viaxeiros un novo xeito de coñecer Galicia e unha forma singular de achegarse ás Rutas Xacobeas”.

 

 

Tourism ASNAUGA Galicia and collaborate in performing a journey between Italy and Galicia to mark the eighth centenary of the pilgrimage to St. Francis of Assisi to Santiago

 

Tourism ASNAUGA Galicia and collaborate in performing a journey between Italy and Galicia to mark the eighth centenary of the pilgrimage to St. Francis of Assisi to Santiago

The Council of the Xunta authorized to underwrite the collaboration agreement between Galicia and Tourism Association of Yacht Clubs of Galicia - ASNAUGA for organizing this nautical Xacobea Crossing . This collaborative action is part of the activities commemorating the eighth centenary of the Pilgrimage of Saint Francis James (1214-2014) held until mid- 2015 in Galicia. With programs of cultural , artistic, social activities and performances and research initiatives related to tourism development which aims to promote tourism and cultural revitalization of Galicia through the meanings and values of the Jacobean pilgrimage of St. Francis of Assisi .

A collaboration between Galicia and Tourism aims to promote and disseminate ASNAUGA or give VIII Centenary Pilgrimage to St. Francis Santiago , as well as maritime heritage culture eo da comunidade , ao tempo that Promove to do environmental protection. Ao tempo, personal contribution to tourism value in post sporting two galegos portos , to spread da Route Xacobea do Mar de Arosa and Ulla River , as well as proxección of Galicia as a tourist destination .

This project arises from the idea of recall , to some extent , the pilgrimage of St. Francis of Assisi and the apostle Traslatio Compostela by sea. It will depart from two nautical routes , the Atlantic and the Mediterranean . Different marinas will touch up to Galicia Rias Baixas .

Will take place between June and July 2014, may reach Compostela before 12 July. That trip would take approximately 18 to 24 days ( Mediterranean route) , and between 5 and 8 days ( Atlantic Road ) with calls at various ports .

We take as starting path for the Mediterranean port of Genoa with stops in France , Mallorca, Levante , Andalusia and Portugal , returning to Galicia where ports will be playing " Q " .

The travel distance is a total of approximately 1,542 nautical miles .

On the other hand , another route is called Atlantic Perform assembly point Ribadeo , where boats from Ireland, England , France, etc will be concentrated. , Down to the Rias Baixas , through different ports to reach and bind the Ria de Arosa with the other rural .

Several boats that can carry water on both routes pilgrims , further help guide ships or base, accompanying the other vessels involved in the voyage Xacobea fletarán .

The arrival of the Ria de Arosa , depending on the fleet, the boats would be shared by multiple ports, Cape Cross , etc. . , And crews would collect catamaran that would rise to Padrón for the last leg of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela , where a mass was held pilgrim and certification to those crew who have been more than 90 nautical miles would be delivered .

The certification would be delivered through the agreement signed with Route Xacobea do Mar de Arosa and Ulla Foundation.

 

Galicia in Spain leader in the number of certificates of quality Q Nautical sports facilities in Spain

Galicia in Spain leader in the number of certificates of quality Q Nautical sports facilities in Spain


9 Yacht Clubs get the " Q " Quality Tourism .

 

The yacht clubs of Porto-Novo, Sada, Riveira , Ria de Ares , Ribadeo , Boiro , San Vicente do Mar , Portosin and Real Club Nautico de Rodeira in Galicia, have been awarded the " Q " Quality Tourism Facilities in the sector nautical Sports . These quality certifications are the result of the agreement signed between the Association of Nautical Club of Galicia ( ASNAUGA ) and Xeral Tourism Secretariat or through Turgalicia.

56.25 % of clubs and marinas in Spain with " Q " for quality are in Galicia and belong to the Association of Marine Galicia ( ASNAUGA ) . This encourages us to continue from ASNAUGA , working for our yacht clubs can have high quality and be a reference in Spain and Europe.

This standard of quality of service, a pioneer in the specific field of nautical sports facilities , yacht club or marina, a brand requirements needed to define the level of customer service, increasing the added value of the facility itself , but taking into account the importance of tourism for each municipality 's contribution , both economically and image , Nautical and Deportivo each space can do for your community of citizens to be recipients of a large number of visitors and tourists .

As the main axis of the standard, the requirements for determining that a nautical sports , attractive for tourism development , installation must necessarily provide water sports to its users, this requirement being the main differentiator to those ports only engaged facilities leasing and commercial surfaces mooring or boat parking and, consequently, are not of interest to tourism being only spaces and port facilities whose sole purpose is financial activity and therefore cease to be covered by this tour normalization.

Galicia doubles the number of certifications in nautical sports facilities to other communities of Spanish territory , largely the result of collaboration between public and private entities .

   

Clubs are asked to press for a Deportivo Patronage Law

 

Clubs are asked to press for a Deportivo Patronage Law

The Spanish Yacht Clubs want a law that allows Sponsorship Sports sports promotion encourage and facilitate access to private sponsors impulse and was expressed at the last meeting held in Cartagena CEACNA .

The Real Club de Regatas de Cartagena hosted on 9 November, the Assembly of the Spanish Confederation of Yacht Clubs ( CEACNA ), in which the representatives of the Association of Yacht Clubs of Baleares ( ACNB ) Miguel Sufier ( President ), José Luis Arrom ( member of the board ) and Rafael Palmer and managers were also Vic Manuel , Javier Ruiz de Cortázar , president of ASNAGUA (Association of Yacht Clubs of Galicia ), Carlos Torrado, manager ACNV ( Association Nautical Club of Valencia) and vocal Jordi Carrasco ; Germán Soler , president of the Real Club Nautico of Torrevieja and Angel Morenilla representing the Association of Yacht Clubs and Marinas in the Region of Murcia.

Nautical , marine and racing clubs Spain agreed at this meeting request a meeting with the president of the State Ports to treat the next amendment of the Law on Ports, to continue betting on the recognition of sport organizations nonprofit as catalysts of nautical sports and tourism.

One of the main objectives of the Government CEACNA impulse is a Law of Sports Sponsorship or modification of existing legislation to allow sports promotion incentives . The clubs believe that this is the right way to provide access to private sponsors to organize sports events and, as stated by Miquel Sunyer , president ACNB , " directly generate wealth and spread the image of the municipalities as tourism destinations nautical " . The Patronage Act , he added, would also be beneficial to athletes, they would find it easier when getting business support.

The CEACNA continues the process of improving the management of clubs and this is driving the creation of a specific ISO standard nautical sports facilities .

 

NAUTICAL TOURISM, I.V.A. AND AGREEMENT WITH MAJOR ISSUES TURESPAÃ'A CEACNA ASSEMBLY IN CARTAGENA

 

NAUTICAL TOURISM, I.V.A. AND AGREEMENT WITH MAJOR ISSUES TURESPAÃ'A CEACNA ASSEMBLY IN CARTAGENA

The Spanish Confederation of Yacht Clubs ( CEACNA ) makes a positive assessment of the issues and resolutions covered in the club Cartagena Saturday

CEACNA look at the immediate future , centered to lay the foundations of the second symposium yacht clubs nationwide, and plans to develop in the month of May 2014 among others

The Real Club de Regatas de Cartagena hosted last Saturday, November 9th Ordinary Meeting of CEACNA ( Spanish Confederation of Nautical Club ) to address various topics of special interest to the nautical sector , not only for the clubs, but also for nautical tourism after signing the agreement with Turespaña ( Tourism Institute of Spain ) .

 An act that was attended by José Jaubert , CEACNA president , accompanied by his manager , Manuel Vich ; Sufier Miguel , president of ABCN ( Balearic Association of Yacht Clubs ) , along with his manager , Rafael Palmer and vocal José Luis Arrom , Javier Ruiz de Cortázar , president of ASNAGUA (Association of Yacht Clubs of Galicia ), Carlos Torrado, ACNV manager ( Yacht Club Association of Valencia ) and vocal Jordi Carrasco ; Germán Soler , president of the Real Club Nautico of Torrevieja and Angel Morenilla representing the Association of Yacht Clubs and Marinas in the Region of Murcia.

 But the work day went further, and conclude that the same open-door meeting with the presidents of the yacht clubs belonging to the Association of Yacht Clubs in the Region of Murcia was developed, with the presence of Ricardo Escribano, manager of the Yacht Club Lo Pagán , José María Carreño , president of Club Nautico Los Nietos and Carmen Ros, manager Yacht Port Cartagena.

 The theme focused on several important points highlighting the agreement with Turespaña , proposed measures on nautical tourism and the role they can play to reach the yacht clubs or the issue that most concerned the clubs which is the VAT .

 First impressions of Jaubert , after the day's work , highlighting were very positive first, and referring to the path traveled by CEANAC that " born in 2007 with a joint project together after associations Canary , Balearic and Valencia . Gradually they have been adhering other associations representing different regions such as Galicia , Murcia and Andalusia recently , and feelings can not be more positive . "

 Jaubert I highlighted the efforts made by the yacht clubs in the current crisis , providing a " high note as they have resisted all these circumstances , which can say that is encouraging about the prospects we have," adding "We have some projects interesting future from the Spanish Confederation is to continue working to unify criteria , unify problems of the marine industry and especially yacht clubs and that is why we look to the future with optimism because we have overcome all these problems " explained " .

 One of the important , relevant for clubs and marine industry issues was and is the agreement with Turespaña . In that line Jaubert noted that " the agreement has been signed with the mark Spain is the result of hard work and an interest and common positions and hope that soon begins to bear fruit , providing information as Spain has with significant potential in the nautical tourism, and we have to raise awareness of the brand through Spain with various clubs and associations from the confederation itself. "

 In conclusion, Jaubert also made a brief balance on agreements and lines of work after the regular meeting . " First release in this warm welcome extended to us by the Cartagena family club which is now made up the Confederacy , which has been a recent addition as the Andalusian Association . Fits In this sense , we say that enough, with over 100 yacht clubs associated with more than 100,000 members , over 35,000 berths , potential users and nearly 250,000 members , therefore, will not be alone as any kind of problem that will have be there , "adding that " other lines that have worked is that you can lay the foundations of the second symposium yacht clubs nationwide , possibly being able to celebrate in the month of May. "

 Angel Morenilla representing the Association of Yacht Clubs and Marinas in the Region of Murcia and vocal Cruise Real Club de Regatas de Cartagena , meanwhile , stands at the end of the meeting that " the conclusions we have drawn in this day could not be more positive . 've played very important issues for yacht clubs and theme VAT law costs , modification of the law of ports open and have stopped working several fronts and I hope we have answers as soon as possible , "said .
 As for the leading role it has acquired the club , as host, Morenilla noted that " the role it played , and assumes the club in recent events and acts, is very important because we have had significant growth in nautical activities in child sail and cruise or kayak , for us it is a great pride and a strong commitment to represent , while the association of the Region of Murcia in CEACNA to move all our problems and concerns in the interests of all Murcia clubs, " he concluded.

   

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