06.05.2011 EfficienSea Major Event:
Staying Focussed
On 21-22 September 2011 the EfficienSea project is arranging the third and final open conference hosted by the Estonian Maritime Administration, presenting results of the project.
You are warmly welcome to participate.
There are four more months until the EfficienSea Major Event "Staying Focussed", and the project is in the midst of preparation. The 2011 Major Event is located to the Meriton Grand Conference & Spa Hotel next to the old town in Tallinn, Estonia. The project will present results of almost three years of work, and conference focuses on what can be done to finetune the results and how to carry on after the project ending.
Look for event updates in the coming weeks, we will publish a detailed conference programme and information on how to register.
In the meantime, book your calendar for the dates
21-22 September 2011. You are also welcome to book your hotel stay already now. EfficienSea has special rates on the Meriton Grand Conference & Spa Hotel. The rate is good for the nights of September 19 to 23. Book your room by August 19 to take advantage of the rate.

On 21 September, the programme focuses on presenting results from the project. 22 September is dedicated to workshops within the four different themes of the project: Recruitment and Competences, e-Navigation, Vessel Traffic Data & Maritime Planning, and Dynamic Risk Management. 
For the EfficienSea Management Board there is a separate meeting day on 20 September, personal invitation needed.
More information will be published in the upcoming weeks.
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Emily wets her feet in the Bay of Gdansk, one of
the test bed areas in the EfficienSea project.
Photo: Rafal Niski       
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