Registration Fees Fees for the different registration types of delegates and accompanying persons (in Euro, taxes included). 1.875,00 € Full Conference standard fee Accompanying person 242,00 € 1 day full Conference fee 500.00 € Full Conference IALA Honorary Member 937,50 € 1.687,50 € Full Conference Sister Organisation * 120,00 € Pre-Conference Seminar Conference dinner (additional ticket) 75,00 € Gala dinner (additional ticket) 75,00 € * Up to two delegates What is included with each type of registration? Full Conference registration fee: Full Conference registration fee (standard fee, Honorary Member, Sister Organisation): • Access to the Conference sessions and exhibition • Social events • Working lunches and coffee breaks • Conference documentation • Tablet for proceedings Accompanying person registration fee: • Companion programme • Social events Pre-Conference Seminar registration fee: • Access to the Seminar sessions (Saturday 24 May) • Working lunch and coffee breaks • Seminar documentation One day full Conference fee: • Access to the Conference sessions of the day • Access to the exhibition during the day • Working lunch and coffee breaks of the day 25-31 May 2014 AIDS TO NAVIGATION KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION From the Torre de Hercules to e-Navigation and beyond Exhibition rates (taxes not included): Standard 3x3m booth (up to two are included - one full conference registration and one exhibitor registration) 4.500 € Additional booth (from 3rd booth, without full Conference registration) 3.900 € Exterior area (for large exhibits) 10m² 1.500 € 350 €€ Additional exhibitor registration A Coruña-Spain PALEXCO-Congress Centre Muelle de Trasatlánticos, s/n | 15003 A CORUÑA | www.palexco.com How to register Through the website www.iala2014spain.com in the “Registration and Fees” section. For any assistance, please contact the Congress Secretariat: [email protected] | [email protected] | [email protected] www.iala2014spain.com LAST ANNOUNCEMENT Preliminary Industrial exhibition Preliminary program Simultaneous translation available English-FrenchSpanish Paperless Conference Conference activities Sat-24th PreConference Seminar (IALA-WWA) Sun 25 Mon 26 Tue 27 Wed 28 Thu 29 Fri 30 Sat 31 Management & Best Practices Heritage & Conclusions & Presentation of VTS-2016 and IALA-2018 XVIII IALA CONFERENCE Training and Certification of AtoN and VTS Personnel REGISTRATION & COUNCIL OPENING DAY & IALA REPORT WELCOME RECEPTION Conference Dinner TECHNICAL SESSIONS Aids to Navigation Provision e-Navigation and beyond GENERAL ASSEMBLY 1 IMC EVENING Global navigation GENERAL ASSEMBLY 2 & COUNCIL (NEW) IMC EXHIBITION Companion programme GALA DINNER Program schedule PRECONFERENCE Sat 24 Arao room 09:0009:30 09:3010:00 10:0010:30 10:3011:00 Meritaito Ltd Jotron ROKEM ROKEM Floatex Kongsberg N AS Kongsberg N AS Software Radio Technology OMC International Japan Radio Japan Radio Pharos Marine A P Pharos Marine A P PINTSCH ABEN B.V. Transas Marine I. Transas Marine I. Selex Beijing Catonglobal Indra Navielektro GateHouse Signalis Signalis Signalis Denbridge Shandong Buoy&Pipe Ind. Stand 27 La Maquinista Valenciana Stand 28 Australian Maritime Syst. Stand 29 Australian Maritime Syst. Stand 30 WEALTH MARINE PTE LTD Stand 31 Terma A/S Stand 32 Vega Industries Ltd Stand 33 Vega Industries Ltd Stand 34 La Maquinista Valenciana Stand 35 Zenilite Buoy Company L. Stand 36 exactEarth Ltd Stand 37 iDeal Teknoloji Bilisim Stand 38 OROLIA SAS Stand 39 TOKYO KEIKI INC. Stand 40 Grupo Mecánica Vuelo Stand 41 Trimble Stand 42 Zenilite Buoy Company L Stand 43 MEDITERRÁNEO SS MM Stand 44 MEDITERRANEO SS MM Stand 45 Sabik Oy Stand 46 Sabik Oy Stand 47 Mobilis Stand 48 Mobilis Stand 49 Mobilis Stand 50 Woori Marine Co.,Ltd. Stand 51 Woori Marine Co.,Ltd. Stand 52 Almarin Stand 53 Almarin Stand 54 Sabik Oy Stand 55 Sabik Oy Stand 56 MEDITERRANEO SEÑALES MM Stand 57 MEDITERRANEO SEÑALES MM Stand 58 Tideland Signal Stand 59 Tideland Signal Stand 60 Sealite Pty Ltd Stand 61 Sealite Pty Ltd Stand 62 Schnoor Industrieelektronik Stand 63 Schnoor Industrieelektronik Stand 64 Schnoor Industrieelektronik Stand 65 Schnoor Industrieelektronik Stand 66 Kelvin Hughes Stand 67 GISMAN Stand 68 GISMAN Stand 69 Sealite Pty Ltd Stand 70 Sealite Pty Ltd Stand 71 Tideland Signal Stand 72 Tideland Signal Stand 78 Mona Lisa Stand 80 Chaohu Yinhuan Stand 81 JFC Manufacturing Stand 82 Saab Transponder Stand 83 Saab Transponder Pre-Conference Seminar Sun 25 Mon 26 Gaviota room 57 IALA Council Tue 27 Gaviota room Wed 28 Gaviota room Thu 29 Gaviota room Fri 30 Gaviota room Sat 31 Gaviota room Technical session Technical session Technical session Technical session Heritage Official opening Coffee Opening show Keynote speech Coffee 11:3012:00 12:0012:30 Sun 25 2nd floor room CONFERENCE Registration 11:0011:30 Stand 1 Stand 2 Stand 3 Stand 4 Stand 5 Stand 6 Stand 7 Stand 8 Stand 9 Stand 10 Stand 11 Stand 12 Stand 13 Stand 14 Stand 15 Stand 16 Stand 17 Stand 18 Stand 19 Stand 20 Stand 21 Stand 22 Stand 23 Stand 24 Stand 25 Stand 26 COUNCIL Pre-Conference Seminar 57 IALA Council Coffee THLS Technical session Technical session Technical session IALA activities Technical session Conclusions Venue announcement IALA2018 and VTS2016 12:30 13:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch 13:30 14:00 14:30 15:0015:30 15:3016:00 16:0016:30 Lunch 57 IALA Council Coffee Pre-Conference Seminar 57 IALA Council 16:3017:00 17:0017:30 17:3018:00 18:00 20:00 Delegate Registration Coffee IALA activities Technical session Coffee Coffee & IALA activities Group photo Opening of the exhibition Visit the exhbiition General Assembly IALA 1 Pre-Conference Seminar Technical session Technical session Technical session Lunch General Assembly IALA 2 Arao Room 58 IALA Council Coffee 2nd floor room Technical session Technical session Best practices Arao Room Welcome reception Conference Dinner IMC Evening Gala Dinner Aids to Navigation Provision e-Navigation & beyond Chair: Omar Fritz Eriksson, Danish Maritime Authority Session 1.1 9:00 - 10:30h ViceChair: Amadou NdiayePort Autonome de Dakar. Senegal. 08:30 - 09:15h Registration 09:30 - 10:00h Session 1 Introduction to the seminar Opening Ceremony Objectives of the Seminar Maritime Safety, Safety of Ships/Safety of Navigation Juan-Francisco Rebollo. Puertos del Estado Jean-Charles Leclair. Dean IALA World-Wide Academy 84 602259 19 109 37 11:30 - 12:30h 12:30 - 13:30h Session 5 VTS Personnel Training and Certification Training for VTS Personnel VTS Training and IALA Model Courses Accreditation of Training Organizations Tuncay Cehreli. Chair IALA VTS Committee 13:30 - 15:00h Lunch Session 3 IALA’s International Standards The IALA Maritime Buoyage System The IALA Recommendations and Guidelines Jacques Manchard. IALA Senior Adviser 11:00 - 11:30h Coffee 17:00 - 17:30h Coffee 17:30 - 18:00h Session 7 Final Discussion and debrief Discussion, Conclusions and Recommendations Closing Ceremony Juan Francisco Rebollo. Puertos del Estado Jean-Charles Leclair. Dean IALA World-Wide Academy Implementing a new modularly designed Radar Service during continuous nautical operation Mr. Mark Thumann. Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration, Germany New lighthouse at the North enlargement of Valencia harbour Ignacio Pascual Navarro. Port Authority of Valencia 20 The Processes in the Maritime Transport Chain and how to link them Mr. Dirk Eckhoff. Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration, Germany 81 118 Evolution of Remote Monitoring Systems. Examples of systems at A Coruña and Ferrol Port Authorities (Galicia region, Spain) Antonio Martinez. Mediterraneo Señales Maritimas S.L.L. (MSM) Aids to Navigation engineering of Yangtze River estuary deppwater channel development project Mr Jiahua LIU. Shanghai Maritime Safety Administration ‘E-200 Explained’ Malcolm Nicholson. General Lighthouse Authorities Chair: David Jeffkins, Australian Maritime Safety Authority. Australia ViceChair: Raúl Escalante, Hidrovia SA, Argentina 99 A new radio system for the German coast - Innovative applications for conventional VHF Ralf Oppermann. Schnoor - INS GmbH & KG 15 Implementation of the Voice/DSC VHF Radio Communication Service with Simulcast Broadcasting at the German Coast Mr. Heinz Park. Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration, Germany 27 Aids to Navigation and Automatic Identification System: a winning combination for safety support. The Italian experience Pellizzari, Piero. Italian Coast Guard - Headquarters, VII Department “ITC and Maritime Traffic Monitoring” 3547 125 8798 66 46 91 Laser Technologies for Visual Aids to Navigation G A Kaloshin. Zuev Institute of Atmospheric Optics, Russian Academy of Sciences 39 86 Session 1.3 14:00 - 15:30h Session 2 IALA and other International Organizations concerned - Legislation IALA and the IALA World-Wide Academy International Organizations involved in Safety of Navigation Obligations of a Coastal State International Regulations - Conventions, Recommendations, Guidelines National Legislation Jean-Charles Leclair. Dean IALA World-Wide Academy Session 6 Practical examples —— Spain - VTS and AtoN - Carlos Fernández Salinas and Juan F. Rebollo —— Australia - Jillian Carson-Jackson —— Brasil - Alberto Piovesana Júnior —— Chile - James Crawford Crawford —— France - Captain Vincent Denamur —— Japan - Hideki Noguchi —— Republic of Korea - Seung-Gi Gug Conversion of light buoys in the North and Baltic Sea on compact lighting units with LED- and solar technology, AIS and remote monitoring Mr. Peter Schneider. Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration, Germany ViceChair:Adam HayNawae Construction Ltd. Papua New Guinea 15:00 - 17:00h 10:00 - 11:00h Integrated AtoN information systems (I-ATONIS Service) and added value applications Juan Francisco REBOLLO. Puertos del Estado Chair: Carlos Calvo, Santander Port Authority Session 1.2 11:00 - 12:30h Session 4 AtoN Personnel Training and Certification The Level 1+ Awareness Seminar Training for AtoN Services’ Personnel AtoN Training and IALA Model Courses Level 1 and Level 2 Accreditation of Training Organizations Stephen Bennett. Programme Manager. IALA World-Wide Academy ‘Effective Intensity – Is it Effective?’ Malcolm Nicholson. General Lighthouse Authorities Session 2.2 11:00 - 12:30h Training and Certification of AtoN and VTS personnel Session 2.1 9:00 - 10:30h Wednesday 28th May VHF Data Exchange System (VDES) Hideki Noguchi. Navigational Safety System Development Office, Aids to Navigation Engineering Division, Maritime Traffic Department, Japan Coast Guard Advances in radar aids to navigation Mr Paul F Mueller. Tideland Signal Corporation 30 94 107 67 79 Session 2.3 14:00 - 15:30h Saturday 24th May Tuesday 27th May 2 63 9297 31 11 129 Session 2.4 16:00 - 17:30h Pre-conference seminar 105 61 120 76 Chair: Bill Cairns, US Coast Guard. USA ViceChair: Jeon Min-Su, Korea Association of Aids to Navigation. Republic of Korea e-Navigation and the ACCSEAS project Alwyn Williams. General Lighthouse Authorities Performance Simulation of the Future Korean eLoran System Joonhyo Rhee. Yonsei University Recapitalization of the MF radio beacon system based on VRS Mr. Michael Hoppe. Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration, Germany The Implications of Using Non-Approved PNT Devices at Sea Jan Šafář. General Lighthouse Authorities Chair: Mike Sollosi, US Coast Guard ViceChair: Adam Hay, Nawae Construction Ltd., PNG AIS Aids to Navigation: Development of IMO Policy and New Symbols Hideki Noguchi. Navigational Safety System Development Office, Aids to Navigation Engineering Division, Maritime Traffic Department, Japan Coast Guard The use of AIS Application Specific Messaging (ASM) with Virtual Aids in e-navigation Jorge Arroyo. U.S. Coast Guard The European Satellite-AIS Data Processing Center developed by CLS for the European Space Agency and European Maritime Safety Agency How will such infrastructure support e-Navigation? Gaetan Fabritius. CLS Behavior recognition assisting maritime situational awareness Florian A Gruber. Frequentis AG Achievement of AIS AtoN in Turkey (finalizing project) Celalettin Uysal. Directorate General of Coastal Safety Chair: Peggy Browning, ExactEarth. Canada ViceChair: Sebastián Espinar, Puertos del Estado. Spain. Communication for e-Navigation Rolf Zetterberg. Swedish Maritime Administration IALA’s VHF Data Exchange System (VDES)A Foundation For e-Navigation Communications and GMDSS Modernization William D. Kautz. U.S. Coast Guard Common Maritime Data Structure for e-Navigation and the Maritime Cloud Nick Ward. General Lighthouse Authorities Improvement of Maritime Information and Communication System (MICS): e-navigation for small ships Hideki Noguchi. Navigational Safety System Development Office, Aids to Navigation Engineering Division, Maritime Traffic Department, Japan Coast Guard Maritime Domain Awareness, the Chilean experience James Crawford. Directorate General of the Maritime Territory and Merchant Marine Chair: Nick Ward, GLAs, UK ViceChair: Catherine Steenberg, Force Technology R-Mode using Transmissions from existing IALA Radio beacon installations Michael Hoppe. Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration, Germany To infinity and beyond’ Broadband VHF – the future of e-navigation communications? Jillian Carson-Jackson. Australian Maritime Safety Authority Product Specification Demystified Peter Hooijmans. Rijkswaterstaat National Vessel Traffic Management Centre, Ministry of infrastructure and the Environment Navigation aids information service in the e-Navigation Mr Lu XIANG, Mr Jinxing SHAO, Ms Zhiping REN. Shanghai Maritime Safety Administration Development of S-100 based new Product Specification for AtoN and Method for Integration with Legacy Systems Suhyun Park. Dongseo University Friday 30th May Saturday 31st May Global navigation Management Heritage 128 8 21 32 52 72 93 100 103 104 126 7 70 71 77 130 Chair: Mahesh Alimchandani. Australian Maritime Safety ViceChair: Michael Cousquer, CEREMA A Methodology to allow VTS Centers to monitor, in realtime, the performance of the AIS infrastructure Magnus Nyberg. Pharos Marine Automatic Power, Inc Analogy between the VTS Centres Human Machine Interface and the Vessels´ Integrated Bridge Mr. Dirk Eckhoff. Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration, Germany Improvement of the VTS operation capability with the introduction of Kuband Solid-State Radar Hiroaki Tanaka. Aids to Navigation Engineering Division, Maritime Traffic Department, Japan Coast Guard How human factors can help at improving control room performance Volker Grantz. Frequentis AG Reducing Operator Workload and Stress Through Cooperative Human-Machine Systems Todd C. Schuett. Kongsberg Norcontrol IT Chair: Hideki Noguchi, Japan Coast Guard ViceChair: Roger Barker, Trinity House, UK Enhancing VTMIS data management with Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) - Case study: FTA’s Vessel Traffic Management Systems Kaisu Heikonen. Finnish Transport Agency A Professional Approach to Marine Spatial Planning David Patraiko, FNI, Master Mariner. The Nautical Institute Tools, techniques, management and cooperation methods that can underpin marine spatial planning Nick Lemon. Australian Maritime Safety Authority Capacity building initiatives in the south west Pacific to enhance the safety of navigation Mahesh Alimchandani. Australian Maritime Safety Authority Increased sustainability of sea transport by integration of ICT and ITS solutions: The MONALISA 2.0 project Mr Ulf Svedberg. Swedish Maritime Administration Chair: Michael Hoppe, Wasser-und Schiffahrstdirektion, Germany ViceChair: Jorge Teles, Direcçaô de Farois, Portugal Innovative use of Aids to Navigation in marking Wave & Tidal Renewable Energy sites Peter Douglas. Northern Lighthouse Board VTS a Risk Reducer - A Quantitative Study of the Effect of VTS Great Belt Tue Lehn-Schiøler. Rambøll The safety of the human element in the maintenance of marine aids to navigation James Crawford. Directorate General of the Maritime Territory and Merchant Marine Sea peril management and role of VTS Ugur Karabay. Ministry of Transport, Maritime and Communication ??? Jon Leon Ervik. Norwegian Coastal Administration. Norway 14 Route Topology Modelling as a potential means to reconcile Marine Spatial Planning with Demands of Sea Traffic – the North Sea Region example Mr. Jan-Hendrik Oltmann. Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration, Germany 4018 34 110 Introduction of an Operation & Maintenance Framework for the Coastal Wide Aids-toNavigation Network at the German Coast and Integrated Management System for Maintenace Process Mr. Sascha Heesch. Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration, Germany Lessons on disaster preparedness of the Aids to Navigation learned from the Great East Japan Earthquake Kazuyuki Tanaka. Aids to Navigation Engineering Division, Maritime Traffic Department, Japan Coast Guard The Aids to Navigation (AtoN) Service in Spain Javier Martin Santo Domingo. Puertos del Estado Chair: Roger Barker, Trinity House ViceChair: Kaisu Heikonen, Finnish Transport Agency 50 Maintenance of Aids to Navigation based on knowledge, innovation and integration of IALA guidelines and recommendations Nick Goethals. Vlaamse Overheid - Agentschap voor Maritieme Dienstverlening en Kust - Afdeling Scheepvaartbegeleiding 51 Risk management in waterways affected by hurricanes Julio Fidel Sierra Almaguer. Hydrographic and Geodetic Service of the Republic of Cuba 56 Development, Maintenance and Provding Services for AIDS to Navigation ¿Who Pays Them? Alvaro Rodriguez Dapena. Puertos Del Estado 74 Quantitative Risk assessment and the Complimentary use of IWRAP Roger Barker. Trinity House 82 Practical aspects in the implementation of Message 8 in AIS AtoN Raul S. Escalante. HIDROVIA SA Chair: Seung-gi GUG, Korea Maritime University ViceChair: Monica Sundklev, Swedish Maritime Administration 83 Atlantic Coast Port Access Route Study and Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning George H. Detweiler Jr. U. S. Coast Guard 88 ‘Light Measurement of Tower of Hercules Lighthouse’ Malcolm Nicholson. General Lighthouse Authorities 101 Outsourcing of AtoN maintenance services – innovation in tendering, contracting and managing these services in Australia David Jeffkins. Australian Maritime Safety Authority 38 e-Navigation Starts with e-Voyage Planning Geir L. Olsen. Jeppesen Norway 115 Real-time risk assessment for aids to navigation using fuzzy-FSA Ms Tingting CHEN. Shanghai Maritime University 116 Risk assessment of new danger wreck marking Mr Yongqiang LU. Shanghai Maritime Safety Administration BP2 BP3 10 IVEF implementation in polish National Maritime Safety System Author: Mr. Artur BARANOWSKI. Sprint, S.A. (Poland) Co-authors: Mr. Jan MOLTKOWSKI, Mr. Michal BURKA Heritage preservation, the Chilean experience in its 175th anniversary James Crawford. Directorate General of the Maritime Territory and Merchant Marine 44 Design and set up of a website about lighthouses of the Balearic Islands Jorge Martín Jiménez. Port Authority of Balearic Islands 53 “Lighthouse Integrated Value” Indicator Juan Francisco Rebollo. Puertos Del Estado Utilisation de sources lumineuses a LED dans les optiques traditionnelles Author: Mr. Yves-Maie BLANCHARD - CETMEF (France) Speaker: Michel COUSQUER BP4 Handbook for Nautical Studies Author: Mr. Ernst BOLT. Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment (The Netherlands) BP5 How to reduce bad habit in VTS operators Author: Mr. Carlos FERNANDEZ. Spanish National Agency for Maritime Safety and Rescue (Spain) BP6 AtoN’s remote monitoring and AtoN’s remote control with AIS messages with a dedicated low cost coastal Station Author: Mr. Pierre-Yves MARTIN. CETMEF (France) Speaker: Jean-Charles CORNILLOU BP7 Dynamic Chart Overlays to maximize the safety of navigation and assist in contingency planning Author: Mr. Jonathon PEARCE. OMC International (Australia). Co-author: Mr. John Finch BP8 Handling of echoes using VoIP technology in case of multiple shore reception of maritime communications Author: Mr. Romain GALLEN. CETMEF (France) Co-authors: Mr. François BAJARD-JACOBS, Mr. Patrick DOARÉ, Mr. Thierry Le PODRE Speaker: Jean-Charles CORNILLOU BP9 BP10 ViceChair: Susana Roel, Port Authority of A Coruña Improving daytime visibility of some buoys in Santander Port. Author: Mr. Carlos CALVO. Port Authority of Santander (Spain). Co-author: Mr. Luis ALVAREZ The use of AIS in a mixed area Author: Mr.Jeffrey van GILS. Rijkswaterstaat Water, Traffic and Environment (The Netherlands) Reparation d’une tourelle en mer a l’aide de beton fibre ultra performant (BFUP) Author: Mr. Nicolas FADY. CETMEF-DT/TSMF/PIE (France) Co-author: Mr. Emmanuel DENARIE Speaker: Michel COUSQUER Session 5.1 9:00 - 10:30h 124 The cooperative inland waterways safety programme in South Africa Mr James Collocott. SAMSA, South Africa BP1 Best practices session 16:00 - 17:30h 78 1 Chair: Bob McIntosh, Northern Lighthouse Board, UK Chair: Mr. Eric Vassor ViceChair:Juan Francisco Rebollo, Puertos del Estado, Spain Session 4.1 9:00 - 10:30h 43 Chair: Phil Day, Northern Lighthouse Board, UK Session 4.2 11:00 - 12:30h 29 Chair: Tuncay Cehreli, Coastal Safety, Turkey ViceChair: José Manuel Díaz, Centro Jovellanos. Spain The Role of Coastal VTS in enhancing Maritime Safety and protection of Marine Environment Issues in the Strait of Hormuz Ahmad Parhizi. Ports and Maritime Organization VTS Femern Belt - A Danish/German Project Harmut Hilmer. Federal Waterways and Shipping Administration, Germany Finding Solutions Before Accidents Happen Hasan Terzi. Directorate General of Coastal Safety Close quarter situation reporting by Ushant VTS Mr Jean-Charles Cornillou. CEREMA Spanish Maritime Safety Agency - VTS in Spain Juan Luis PEDROSA. Spanish Maritime Safety Agency Session 4.3 14:00 - 15:30h Session 3.1 9:00 - 10:30h Session 3.2 11:00 - 12:30h Session 3.3 14:00 - 15:30h Session 3.4 16:00 - 17:30h Thursday 29th May 7355 575864 The Use of Otter Shutters in the Northwest Coast of Spain and the national plan and study of the characteristics and inventory for preservation of historic lighthouses Marisa Marco Breva. Autoridad Portuaria de Vilagarcia/ Vilagarcia Port Authority “Torre de Hercules” Management Plan Juan Mario Crecente Maseda. Crecente Asociados 62 Gap Identification To Implementation Methodology Of Complementary Use In Lighthouses Of The Ferrol Port Authority Gervasio Dopico. Port Auhotity Of Ferrol-San Cibrao 68 Maritime Signals And Their Link To Their Inmediate Environment Eduardo Blanco Gallego. Port Authority of A Coruña 106 Issues and Innovation in remediation of concrete AtoN structures -including case studies for Hydrographers Passage AtoN structures and historic Cape Don Lighthouse Greg Hansen. Australian Maritime Safety Authority 111 “Mapping our maritime heritage” A method for the documentation and presentation of maritime heritage, reaching it’s audience through phones, pads and PC/Mac’s Jo van der Eynden. Lindesnes lighthouse museum 119 Analysis on the status of China’s historic lighthouse preservation Mr Shanlei XU. Shanghai Maritime Safety Administration Companion programme Tuesday 27 May: Wednesday 28 May: Thursday 29 May: Friday 30 May: City tour of A Coruña Excursion to Santiago de Compostela Departure at 09.00 from the hotels and return at 17:00 h. approximately. The Pazos de Galicia The Salnés Peninsula: Cambados and Combarro Departure at 09.00 from the hotels and return at 17:00 h. approximately. Departure at 09.30 from the hotels and return at 17:00 h. approximately. Departure at 09.30 from the hotels and return at 17:00 h. approximately.
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