Safe Sailing 2022 Campaign to Begin on Croatian Adriatic Today

Lauren Simmonds

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As Morski writes, the Safe Sailing 2022 campaign, which is an action involving the enhanced monitoring of navigation safety across the croatian Adriatic Sea, will be held today, Friday, July the 22nd, starting at 10:00, in the area of ​​all port authorities along the entire Croatian coast. The planned duration of the action is until 18:00 that same day.

The Safe Sailing 2022 campaign will include all available vessels and the employees of all of the country’s port authorities, along with the associated port offices and the Service for the Supervision and Management of Maritime Traffic.

The Safe Sailing 2022 campaign aims to warn and inform all participants in Croatian maritime traffic of rules and potential dangers, and protect them from being involved in sometimes tragic maritime accidents during the period of increased traffic during the height of the summer tourist season, when there is also a significant increase in the presence of domestic and foreign vessels in Croatian waters.

A special emphasis of these increased surveillance activities will be focused on the control of improper sailing speeds and gliding in an illegal areas, such as within certain distances of beaches and the shoreline, and surveillance will also be carried out on boat rentals, for unscrupulous swimmers and divers, passenger boats dealing with one-day trips and other participants in maritime traffic.

The Safe Sailing 2022 campaign will be monitored live on behalf of the Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Transport and Infrastructure by the State Secretary for the Sea and European Union (EU) Funds, Josip Bilaver, and the Director of the Navigation Safety Administration, Captain Sinisa Orlic.

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