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Safe and resource efficient small ports in Finland, Åland and Sweden.

PortMate small ports

Rauma

Rauma

Kökar

Kökar

Sottunga

Sottunga

Söderhamn

Söderhamn

Gävle

Gävle

Project info

Duration:

01.11.2016 – 31.12.2019

Total budget:

2 727 225€

ERDF:

2 045 419€

Project results

See project results from the official PortMate website: https://www.portmate.eu/

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Publications

Videos

Marketing videos

PortMate small ports in Rauma (Finland), Gävle and Söderhamn (Sweden), Sottunga and Kökar (Åland).

Safe approach videos

Safe approach videos show the boaters a safe way to approach PortMate small ports. Videos for the small ports in Rauma, Finland are ready and published in YouTube. Videos for the PortMate small ports in Åland and Sweden will be published by the end of September 2019.

Safe approach to small ports in Rauma, Finland (5 videos).

Safe approach to small ports in Sottunga and Kökar, Åland (2 videos).

Safe approach to small ports in Gävle and Söderhamn, Sweden (7 videos).

Online short courses

PortMate Online Short Courses are brief courses for boaters, other small port visitors and small port operators. Short courses cover themes both of the projects’ main themes: safety and resource efficiency (10 videos).

Most risky situations in boating

Safety is a major theme for PortMate. In this series, PortMate presents critical situations that boaters can face while sailing.

Sustainable technological solutions for small ports

The resource efficiency of small ports is important for both boaters and port owners. In this video, PortMate presents introduction to the planning, purchase and installations of photovoltaic systems (PV) in small ports.

Presentations

PortMate presentation in CB Annual Event, Turku 15.11.2018 (click to open)

Partners

⇩ About PortMate ⇩

Objectives:

  • PortMate will enhance safe access, suitable green services and joint marketing in small ports

 

  • PortMate facilitates the delivery of improved services for port users in 19 Central Baltic small ports

 

  • Project’s pilot ports are located in Finland, Åland and Sweden

 

  • The best service development practices of these small ports will be expanded to other Central Baltic areas

Activities:

  • Formation of interactive step-by-step guidance by using ICT solutions, compatible with those currently used by the operators, for seafarers on safe arrival, stay and departure to/from the ports

 

  • Investments in sustainable and resource efficient infrastructure on land (e.g. solar energy, sanitation, LED lightning and WiFi availability)

 

  • Connecting the small port operators with each other and with seafarers in the small ports to meet the needs for services and their availability

Project info:

Financier: EU: Interreg Central Baltic Program

Duration: 1.11.2016-31.12.2019

Budget: 2 727 225€ | ERDF: 2 045 419

Project leader: Minna Keinänen-Toivola | minna.keinanen-toivola(a)samk.fi |+358 44 710 3063

Lead partner: Satakunta University of Applied Sciences SAMK (Finland)

Partners: City of Rauma (Finland), Municipality of Gävle (Sweden), Municipality of Söderhamn (Sweden), Municipality of Sottunga (Åland), Kökar Havspaviljong Ab. (Åland)

PortMate on social media

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Hyvää Itämeripäivää! / Happy Baltic Sea day! 🌊 Our Rock The Baltic Sea 2020 campaign's outcome has been published. Sustainable solutions are the key for a bright future of our sea, so let's keep up the good work together! #itämeripäivä #rockthebalticsea #cbsmallports #subsamk ... See MoreSee Less

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Now it is your turn! Check CBSmallPorts Facebook page and give your opinion on the investments done in the Baltic Sea Region. Follow the instructions and tell us: in your opinion, what kind of investments have the main impact in helping the situation of the Baltic Sea?

On the Baltic Sea day on 27 August 2020, the results will be shared and your contribution will help shaping the sustainability of the small ports. The future of the Baltic Sea is built together!

#cbsmallports #rockthebalticsea #sustainability #balticseaday
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In Syväraumanlahti, one of PortMate pilot ports in Rauma (Finland) you can find a Seabin since 2018! ... See MoreSee Less

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The PortMate project has ended but the work with developing small ports in the Baltic Sea region continues. Follow CBSmallPorts to see the newest updates on resource efficient small ports. 🌊⛵️☀️😎It is time to rock the Baltic Sea! In 2020, the CBSmallPorts project will join forces with the Rock The Baltic Sea campaign and highlight the importance of sustainability of small ports in the Baltic Sea Region.

Starting from the beginning of August 2020, tips and information on the resource efficiency actions of small ports is shared on the CBSmallPorts FB page. Investments of previous small port projects are described and future plans of the CBSmallPorts project are introduced – all with the aim of improving the state of the Baltic Sea.

And starting from 20 August 2020 you can join the activity! We will publish a survey on the resource efficient investments and you can vote the ones that in your opinion have the main impact in helping the situation of the Baltic Sea.

Finally, on the Baltic Sea day on 27 August 2020, the results will be shared and your contribution will help shaping the sustainability of the small ports. The future of the Baltic Sea is built together! ⛵️🌊

#cbsmallports #rockthebalticsea #sustainability #balticseaday
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

The PortMate project has ended but the work with developing small ports in the Baltic Sea region continues. Follow CBSmallPorts to see the newest updates on resource efficient small ports. 😊🌊⛵️It is time to rock the Baltic Sea! In 2020, the CBSmallPorts project will join forces with the Rock The Baltic Sea campaign and highlight the importance of sustainability of small ports in the Baltic Sea Region.

Starting from the beginning of August 2020, tips and information on the resource efficiency actions of small ports is shared on the CBSmallPorts FB page. Investments of previous small port projects are described and future plans of the CBSmallPorts project are introduced – all with the aim of improving the state of the Baltic Sea.

And starting from 20 August 2020 you can join the activity! We will publish a survey on the resource efficient investments and you can vote the ones that in your opinion have the main impact in helping the situation of the Baltic Sea.

Finally, on the Baltic Sea day on 27 August 2020, the results will be shared and your contribution will help shaping the sustainability of the small ports. The future of the Baltic Sea is built together! ⛵️🌊

#cbsmallports #rockthebalticsea #sustainability #balticseaday
... See MoreSee Less

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Good work that keeps going, project after project! #mysamk #subsamk #cbresults #smallports #resourceefficiency #cbsmallports

Visit http://portmate.eu and register for free! You can save your small port or you can check other small ports in the Central Baltic area! Check our instruction video!

#smallports #safety #resourceefficiency #mysamk #subsamk #centralbaltic

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZbcw_I20as

PortMate has brought important investments in your small ports. When you will visit them, have a look at these new services and enjoy your time in safer and greener small ports!

#smallports #safety #resourceefficiency #mysamk #subsamk #centralbaltic

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6lH8GWpHko

A successful partnership is a great start to get some real results! From this perspective, PortMate was a great example: read about it in the Central Baltic story!
#centralbaltic #cbresults #smallports #safety #resourceefficiency #subsamk #mysamk

http://database.centralbaltic.eu/how-build-successful-partnership-portmate-example

What has @cbportmate done for #CentralBaltic ports? Check out the project video to learn more https://twitter.com/cbportmate/status/1217004635271192576

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Past events

Welcome to the PortMate Final Conference in Rauma!

You are very welcome to join us for the Central Baltic PortMate final conference in Satakunta University of Applied Sciences, Merikoulu Campus (Rauma, Finland) on Thursday September 12th 2019 at 10:00-15:30.

The project team will present the results achieved in the PortMate pilot small ports as well as release the www.portmate.eu webtool. In addition, a variety of other Central Baltic small port projects are introduced.

The conference is free of charge.

Further information:

See you in Rauma!

Welcome to PortMate workshop ”Smart sailing towards safer and greener small ports”.

You are very welcome to join us on Tuesday March 5th 2019 at 13.00–16.00: we will be at the boat fair Allt för sjön – Stockholmsmässan, Mässvägen 1, Älvsjö, conference room K13.

The workshop is free of charge and will be held in Swedish and English.

See more information on the leaflet by clicking the picture.

Enrollment by e-mail:
agneta.svensson(at)soderhamn.se or
marita.olssonnarving(at)gavle.se

Event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2004378909657215/

See you at Allt för sjön!

Who? Central Baltic PortMate project

What? PortMate workshop “Smart Sailing towards safer and greener small ports”

Where? Allt för sjön – Stockholmsmässan, Mässvägen 1, Älvsjö, conference room K13.

When? Tuesday March 5th 2019 at 13.00–16.00

Seminar about safety and environmental friendly solutions in small ports at Boat 2018 trade show, 9.2.2018.

See the seminars’ Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1244304199002405/

Welcome to our workshop in Mariehamn on 17th October!The workshop “Smart sailing towards safer and greener small ports” includes expertise from both PortMate and other Central Baltic projects: MASAPO, Smart Marina and St Olav Waterway. The workshop is free of charge and will be held in Swedish and English. See more information on the leaflet by clicking the picture.

Fill in the e-form to register by 8th of October: https://elomake.samk.fi/lomakkeet/8359/lomake.html

Event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/338544663557436/

See you in Mariehamn!

Who? Central Baltic PortMate project

What? PortMate workshop “Smart Sailing towards safer and greener small ports”

Where? Åland University of Applied Sciences, auditorium at northern campus ”Högskolan Norra” (Neptunigatan 17, Mariehamn, Åland)

When? Wednesday October 17th 2018 at 13.00–16.30

 

Smart Urban Business

PortMate project is part of the international multiscientific Smart Urban Business research work in Satakunta University of Applied Sciences.

Contact

Minna Keinänen-Toivola, Ph.D.

+358 44 710 3063
minna.keinanen-toivola(at)samk.fi