“Development of the River Narva water tourist routes and integration into the Baltic Sea small harbours network” - Narva River Water Routes.
The project - “Development of the River Narva water tourist routes and integration into the Baltic Sea small harbours network” was approved by the Neighborhood Program INTERREG III for the Baltic sea region INTERREG IIIA North priority.
The aim of the project – studying the opportunities for the development of water tourism on the Narova, conducting navigable surveys, development of the water routes for small ships in the Narova basin and the improvement of infrastructure of Narva river harbor and the harbor on the Rosson river.
The duration of the project is from June 2006 till December 2008.
The project is being realized with the forces of both Estonian and Russian part. The leading partner is the Narva Department of city property and economy of Narva town council. From the Russian part the partners are municipal formations of Ivangorod and Kingisepp and Municipal fund of sustainable development of Ivangorod.
Total project value is 394 189,60 EUR from this sum ERDF’s part is 149 549 EUR, Tacis part 244 460,60 EUR.
- The analysis of the present navigation situation on the rivers Narva and Rosson
- Conducting navigable surveys on the rivers Narva and Rosson
- Making research for the development of water tourist’s routes on the rivers Narva and Rosson
- Making a project on the navigable situation along the developed routes.
- Estimation of the influence of navigable situation signs and routes on the environment
- Making area of water of Narva river harbor comfortable
- Improvement of the infrastructure of Narva harbor and the port for the ships of small size and yachts on the Rosson river
- Technical-economic substantiation of the creation of new yachts berth on the Rosson river in the mouth of the Luga
- The development of tourist’s maps-schemes of the routes and a pamphlet, making the website, conducting work seminar on developed routes.
The Neighborhood Program INTERREG III for the Baltic Sea region INTERREG IIIA North priority is financed from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the program of EU Tacis. The program is oriented to the development of border cooperation among the regions situated on the borders with Estonia, Latvia and Russia.