Fishing harbours have been part of the Greek coastal cultural heritage providing safe berthing conditions and servicing areas to various types of boats as well as the public space for important social and cultural events.
Fishing harbours serve fishing vessels that can be of various size and productivity depending on their professional or non-professional use and therefore demonstrate a series of particularities which differentiate them from other commercial ports. A fishing harbour depending on its size and capacity can provide several services beyond safe mooring which include office space, repairing areas for both boats and fishing equipment, launching ramp, storage areas (shaded or not) and parking for vehicles. Normally it must be accessible by car or light vehicle for servicing the fishing vessels (loading equipment and fuel, unloading catch, etc.) and possibly integrated to a coastal city/town. In special occasions it might include facilities for fish packing, trading or storing as well as ice producing equipment.
Our company has many years of experience in designing fishing harbours having involved in a large number of projects.
Our services include:
- Project Identification Studies
- Preliminary and Final Planning Studies
- Detailed Engineering Studies
- Evaluation and Maintenance Studies
- Environmental Permitting
- Tender Documents