Project good practices

The Gil Eannes Hospital Ship, a symbol of the fishing culture and shipbuilding, contributes to the preservation of the collective memory of a people.
Location: Norte, Portugal
Project: CHERISH
A vernacular shipbuilding wharf that restores old and historic fishing vessels as well as modern boats on a commercial base.
Location: Κύπρος, Cyprus (Κυπρος)
Project: CHERISH
The Ecomuseum of the Sea and of Fishing traces the history of fishing in Martinsicuro with photos and objects made available by older fishermen.
Location: Abruzzo, Italy (Italia)
Project: CHERISH
The Law regulates activities related to the sea, contributing to diversification of fishing activities and integration of fishermen's incomes
Location: Abruzzo, Italy (Italia)
Project: CHERISH
The Intangible Maritime Cultural Heritage Project is a small-scale project aiming to record vernacular shipbuilding in Cyprus.
Location: Κύπρος, Cyprus (Κυπρος)
Project: CHERISH
Fishing tourism as an alternative way to protect and pass fishing culture to the next generations and keep the fishing sector alive.
Location: Κύπρος, Cyprus (Κυπρος)
Project: CHERISH
The Fishery Wharf of Arnemuiden preserves historic boats as a mean to preserve and disseminate old craftsmanship in building, maintain, restore historic vessels
Location: Zeeland, Netherlands (Nederland)
Project: CHERISH
Fishing sweater from the historical fishing community of Arnemuiden creates awareness for cultural heritage and the role of the fishing women .
Location: Zeeland, Netherlands (Nederland)
Project: CHERISH
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