The crew of Sæbjörg (SMACS partner MSSTC’s training vessel in Reykjavik) dress as pirates to celebrate Seaman’s Day: Pirate crew
The SMACS project and the SMACS meeting held in Reykjavik featured in a full-page article in the seamen’s paper that is issued in connection with the June national holiday in Iceland that celebrates Seaman’s Day. On that day, all Icelandic seamen return to port for the holiday. See the article here: Icelandic newspaper article
A report in Østhavet on SMACS partner NSSR’s training course for fishermen in the Norwegian far north (Vardø town in Finnmark) including information on the SMACS project: Osthavet article
ACCESS EU Project is a European Project supported within the Ocean of Tomorrow call of the European Commission Seventh Framework Programme. Its main objective is to assess climatic change impacts on marine transportation (including tourism), fisheries, marine mammals and the extraction of oil and gas in the Arctic Ocean.