- The origin and reasons of marine litter at anchorages and ports
- How to extend grey/black waste water disposal network
- Buoys for safe anchorage on protected habitats such as Posidonia meadows
- How to reduce pollution from marinas and shore services
- How to decrease ecological footprint on marine ecosystem.
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What political, economic, social/cultural, technological, legal, environmental and educational actions are needed for thriving yacht tourism while at the same time protecting the marine ecosystem?
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