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Clubs are asked to press for a Deportivo Patronage Law

Monday, 11 November 2013 00:00

 

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

Monday, 11 November 2013 00:00

 

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.

   

PRESENTED FIRST POINT NAUTICAL SPORT FACILITIES INFORMATION ON DOORSTEP PORT

Tuesday, 06 August 2013 00:00

 

PRESENTED FIRST POINT NAUTICAL SPORT FACILITIES INFORMATION ON DOORSTEP PORT

In the marina of Cabo Cruz ( Yacht Club Boiro )

Director of Tourism Galicia, Nava Castro , the mayor of Environment Boiro , Juan Antonio Moledo, and President of the Association of Yacht Clubs of Galicia ( Asnauga ), Javier Ruiz de Cortázar, yesterday inaugurated the first of the totems or information points to be installed in the Yacht Clubs with Quality Q and can already be used in the marina of Cabo de Cruz, and will soon begin to put others in the region and Galicia.

This performance is the result of signed in July by the Xunta with this group to promote nautical tourism in Galicia, and included the development of a computer application to spread the resources associated with the practice of the nautical convention. Ruiz explained that Cortazar is an innovative and pioneering tool in Spain and which is implemented in Galicia for the first time through panels that provide all the necessary information, in Spanish , English and French , on port facilities and natural resources and property as the supply of tourism products and services . Castro stressed that offers the ability to find availability in other associated ports and make reservations at any of the network facilities

It is a computer located within a stainless steel, 180 cm high and 22-inch digital screen that is available to users of harbors and connecting "on line" to marinas that have the Q quality .

In addition to easy access to all information about the Galician water belonging to Asnauga , both services and facilities , allows the user to reserve a place you want to go to another port traffic , and even has access to the local weather forecast , thanks serving the association contracted with Meteogalicia . Asnauga President , Javier Ruiz de Cortázar , said yesterday the director of Tourism Galicia, Nava Castro , Councilman Antonio Moledo Boiro , and presidents and directors of various water of Galicia , the operation of totem, while adding that this application developed by the company Dosmados - Hacte is added to the already implemented in mobile phones only in Europe, and the web page with a dynamic directory of clubs that provide the location of the port to the letter who are looking for a mooring line to their preferences.

Director of Tourism Galicia, Nava Castro said about the tool " so convértese noutro two developments to cover two ace NEEDS potenciais tourists who decide to visit Galicia attracted polas woody shores ." He also stressed the information easy to achieve both facility users and tourists , who will have access to "all to deal produtos e principais related and complementary Servizos coa sailing in Galicia ."

The data points are oriented to mariners calling at each port , but also for visitors and tourists who come to the marinas.

   

SIGNED AN AGREEMENT FOR INSTALLATION OF INFORMATION POINT SKI PORTS

Friday, 19 July 2013 00:00

 

SIGNED AN AGREEMENT FOR THE INSTALLATION OF A FOOT POINT PORT INFORMATIOVOS

A pioneer in the whole state

Director of Tourism Galicia, Nava Castro, and President of the Galician Association of Yacht Clubs ( Asnauga ), Javier Ruiz de Cortázar, accompanied by the mayor of Sanxenxo, signed on July 19 at the Yacht Club Portonovo an agreement to promote nautical tourism in Galicia.

One of the actions set out in the agreement signed yesterday both entities is to install totem informative walk will port a computer application with information about marinas and tourist information. It is an innovative tool that will be implemented for the first time in Galicia . A pioneer in the application of the state assembly and includes panels that provide all the necessary information on port facilities and attractions in the area, both resources and supply and existing tourism services. It will also offer the ability to find availability at ports and other partners to make reservations for any of the network ports .

The aim is that this tool will help to meet the needs of potential tourists who decide to visit Galicia for their costs and serve to make known both to locals and tourists throughout the range of products and principal and complementary services related to nautical in Galicia.

The xeral Director of Tourism , Nava Castro explained that " nosa comunidade possesss condicions as best destination for converterse no reference to international tourism and nesta tipoloxía among all temos be quen enhance aquilo that fai us special and we diferenza doutros tourist territories. "

To promote this type of tourism and encourage their practice director Tourism Galicia, Nava Castro and President of ASNAUGA , Javier Ruiz de Cortázar signed an agreement . The event , held in Porto-Novo, was present also the mayor of Sanxenxo, Catalina Gonzalez.

This tool will offer the possibility to know the availability of ports and other partners to make reservations for any of the network ports . As explained by the Director of Tourism of Galicia , the innovator and pioneer of this tool will help to spread the great potential of nautical tourism in Galicia.

The special geographical conditions of the community and its natural resources as well as environmental and tourist quality of sand -Galicia is the region 's sandy Blue Flag Total 128 beaches and 17 marinas were awarded this year in Galicia , and the fact that the Spanish community with more nautical sports facilities certified with the Q Tourism Quality - 53.3% of these facilities are in Galicia - up a letter of fate in this segment is needed disseminate national and international markets.

Our community has the right conditions to become the target of international reference in this type of tourism and we all have to be the one to strengthen what makes us special and unlike in other tourist areas , " said Nava Castro.

   

OZOAQUA, enxuto, SQUID AND NOCTURNE IS CROWNED IN WINNING THE TROPHY Enmacosa SANXENXO CRUISE

Thursday, 25 April 2013 10:03

 

Grand final day outdoor trip in the Ria de Pontevedra

OZOAQUA , enxuto , SQUID AND

NOCTURNE IS CROWNED IN

SANXENXO WINNING THE TROPHY

Enmacosa CRUISE

                                                                     Sanxenxo , Saturday April 20, 2013

Sensational end gold brooch that had this Challenge Saturday Enmacosa Cruise with a final day of sun, good wind and also exciting because it was finally dance positions , not all leading positions , but in the rest of podium positions . Out from 13:30 to make ORC a tour of 12.7 miles per outer headlights Ria de Pontevedra like Picamillo , Camouco and Mourisca , like they did the Classics to 8 of Picamillo , 7 mi and a loose southwest wind was increasing throughout the day to 12 knots at times and even from the northwest . Many nerves in ORC had to exit and hacwer repeated incuse valid in line were two outs . Classic , almost without opposition victory that assured NOCTURNE general detriment of AGUETE .

In ORC Class 1 victory also without palliative OZOAQUA which was followed ZIRALLA I vagalume and on corrected time . The ORC 2 was also another ride for enxuto that followed the nejra SPARK winning silver on the TAP . And in ORC Class 3 , the new recital AQUARI who narrowly won the general , followed by SANTIAGO ROMA and the SQUID .

After making the computations general classifications of this brilliant edition of Challenge Enmacosa were as follows

Classics ,

1 ) NOCTURNE (Nicholson 1957 - Enrique Barreiro - Agabace ) with 5 points

2nd) AGUETE (Formosa 51 - José Luis Guitart - Naval Military School Marin ) with 8 points

3rd) SARA O ( Dorna Lecer - Avelino Xosé Ochoa - CN Portonovo ) with 11 points

4th) CASSANDRA ( Hillyard 36 - Javier Pazó - C. Agabace / Portonovo ) with 15 points

ORC Class 1

1 ) OZOAQUA ( IMX 38 - Juan Carlos Perez - Combarro CN ) 6 points

2nd) ZIRALLA FIRST ( Astraea 330 - Ramón Barreiro - CND Barraña - Boiro ) 9

3rd) ACCASTILLAGE DIFUSSION SANXENXO ( Beneteau 25 - Jaime Barreiro - RCN Sanxenxo ) 14

4th) AGUIEIRA (Sun Oddisey 40 - Celestino Aguete Campelo -RCM ) 17 points

In ORC Class 2

1 ) enxuto ( First 310 - Pablo Conde - Combarro CN ) 4 points

2nd) SPARK nejra (RO 300 - José Rey - CN Beluso) with 10 points

3rd) TAP ( First 27.7 - . _RCM Francisco Freire Aguete ) also with 10

4th) smaku ( Bavaria 34 - Alfonso Rodríguez - Bouzas LM ) with 20 points

In NEB 3

1 ) SQUID ( First 23.5 - Francisco Lusquiños - CN Portonovo ) with 7 points

2nd) AQUARI ( Oceanis 351- Luis Aguete Malvar -RCM ) with 8 points

3rd) SANTIAGO ROMA BAIXAS RIAS ( Yatlant 24 - Iñaki Beluso Carbajo -CN ) 9

4th) OLIVER II ( Briend de Folie - José Tilve - Aguete RCM ) 20 points

The awards ceremony on Saturday afternoon it took place in the facilities of the Real Club Náutico de Sanxenxo assisted Enmacosa president , José María Rocafort .

   

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