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    Analysis of the process of inspection in recreational craft in Spain. Suggestions for safety improvement  Open access

     Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    International Conference on Maritime Transport
    p. 428-440
    Presentation's date: 2014-06-26
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    Inspections of pleasure boats in Spain can be carried out by collaborating entities of inspection, entities that must be authorized by the Maritime Administration. This authorization allows to perform effective inspections and technical controls of recreational crafts. Recreational crafts are subjected to surveys that are based on the registration list and on the material used in the hull. In addition, required safety equipment of the recreational boat depends on the distance that the recreational boat is authorized to navigate. Following data obtained from inspections of recreational craft, this paper aims to analyze information about hulls within dry and afloat conditions, about the equipment for rescue and safety, and about other nautical equipment; as well as to perform and improve different verifications during the inspections. All this information points to several aspects relevant for the optimization of the inspection process, the ultimate target being increasing efficiency and effectiveness, and ensuring more safety in recreational craft.

  • Modernizing and harmonizing maritime education in Montenegro and Albania - MArED

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Moncunill Marimon, Jorge
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  • MONALISA 2.0. Securing the chain by intelligence at sea

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Ordas Jimenez, Santiago; Moncunill Marimon, Jorge
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  • Analysis of safety inspections of recreational craft in the european union. A case of study

     Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    Jubilee International Conference on Marine Navigation and Safety of sea transportation
    p. 205-211
    Presentation's date: 2013-06-20
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    Inspections of pleasure boats in Spain can be carried out by collaborating entities of inspection, and these entities must have the previous authorization by the administration. This authorization allows these entities performing effective inspections and technical controls of pleasure craft. Recreational crafts are subjected to surveys that are based on the registration list and hull construction material. In addition the required safety equipment of the recreational boat depends on the distance that the recreational boat is authorized to navigate. The aim of this paper is to analyze and compare the types of survey / inspections to be carried pleasure craft (non-commercial use), periodicity and required safety equipment in some member states of the European Union. A case study of Spain is presented. From the results obtained, we can determine if there is a lack of coordination in this area and, if required, indicate the need to unify a common pattern in inspections and surveys of recreational boats in the EU.

    Inspections of pleasure boats in Spain can be carried out by collaborating entities of inspection, and these entities must have the previous authorization by the administration. This authorization allows these entities performing effective inspections and technical controls of pleasure craft. Recreational crafts are subjected to surveys that are based on the registration list and hull construction material. In addition the required safety equipment of the recreational boat depends on the distance that the recreational boat is authorized to navigate. The aim of this paper is to analyze and compare the types of survey / inspections to be carried pleasure craft (non-commercial use), periodicity and required safety equipment in some member states of the European Union. A case study of Spain is presented. From the results obtained, we can determine if there is a lack of coordination in this area and, if required, indicate the need to unify a common pattern in inspections and surveys of recreational boats in the EU.

  • Monitoring and operational services for motorways of the seas project (MOS4MOS). Activity 4.2: training module

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Ordas Jimenez, Santiago; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Rodrigo De Larrucea, Jaime; Usabiaga Santamaria, Juan Jose
    International Conference of Black Sea Association of Maritime Institutions
    p. 221-228
    Presentation's date: 2013-06-26
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    Monitoring and Operational Services for Motorways of the Seas Project (MOS4MOS) aims to contribute to the establishment of a European maritime space without barriers, to facilitate and simplify the compliance with regulations (customs, safety and other national and European rules), to promote intermodal sustainable transport solutions that reinforce the EU Motorways of the Sea. MOS4MOS project is divided into 5 activities and 15 initiatives distributed into 4 thematic areas: Port Level initiatives, Port-to-Port initiatives, Port-to-Hinterland Initiatives and Door-to-Door initiatives. This paper describes the activity realised by Nautical Faculty of Barcelona: Activity 4.2, the Training module. The main objective of this activity is the production of training materials and seminars for disseminating the concepts analysed in previous activities and their potentials benefits. This paper is structured into following sections: Section 1 describes a brief introduction of the MOS4MOS project; Section 2 provides some general information of the activity 4.2; Section 3 explains the aims and results of each module of the activity 4.2 and finally Section 4 remarks some conclusions of the MOS4MOS project.

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    Analysis of the prevailing weather conditions criteria to evaluate the adoption of a future ECA in the Mediterranean Sea  Open access

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Usabiaga Santamaría, Juan José
    International Conference Onmarine Navigation and Safety pf sea Transportation
    p. 161-165
    Presentation's date: 2013-06-20
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  • Simulation-based model course to demonstrate seafarers' competence

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Ordas Jimenez, Santiago; Barahona Fuentes, Claudia; Moncunill Marimon, Jorge; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge; Martínez Marín, Jesús Ezequiel; Delgado Ortega, Olga; Rodriguez Castillo, Manuel
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    Assessment for possible future ECA adoption in the Mediterranean area (Short Sea Shipping vs. Road Transport)  Open access

     Usabiaga Santamaria, Juan Jose; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    International Conference on Traffic and Transport Engineering
    p. 383-390
    Presentation's date: 2012-11-30
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  • Study on the license requirements for pleasure boats in the european union  Open access

     Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    International Conference on Maritime Transport
    p. 1104-1121
    Presentation's date: 2012-07-29
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    Many European countries require the skippers of a pleasure craft to be able to provide evidence of their competence. The pleasure craft operator card or boating license permits people operate a pleasure craft. One of the requirements of this license is intended to decrease the number of boat accidents. This paper analysis the regulation related on recreational boat licensing of some European Union (EU) members. As a result of this study, no uniformity at European Union in terms of the requirements for sailing in pleasure boats can be proven. It is also important to note that requirements for obtaining the licenses and the personal training of each future skipper are different depending on the member state of the European Union. So this diversity of training criteria should be regulated and standardized equity for all member states. The main purpose of this paper is to make clear that in the European Union there is a lack of coordination in this area, highlighting the differences training patterns depending on the member state in which the skipper has obtained the license and indicate the need to unify the training and licensing for recreational boating.

  • Road and maritime transport environmental performance: Short sea shipping vs road transport

     Usabiaga Santamaria, Juan Jose; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier
    International Conference on Maritime Transport
    p. 905-927
    Presentation's date: 2012-06-28
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    Is natural gas the solution for port pollution avoidance in Spanish SSS ports?  Open access

     Usabiaga Santamaria, Juan Jose; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier
    International Research Conference on Short Sea Shipping
    p. 1-20
    Presentation's date: 2012-04-03
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  • Patrón de Yate

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Mateu Llevadot, Jordi; Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge
    Date of publication: 2011-10
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  • Patrón de embarcaciones de recreo (cuarta edición)

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Mateu Llevadot, Jordi; Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge; Jaime Pérez, Ricard
    Date of publication: 2011-06
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    Development of a cost simulator to assess new maritime trade routes  Open access

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Rodríguez Nuevo, Manuel
    International Symposium on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation
    p. 121-124
    Presentation's date: 2011-06-15
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    This paper is going to describe the design process of a simulator that assesses the costs of different means of transport. The evaluation not only will be done regarding the internal costs but also the external costs that will be translated to environmental costs, based on existing databases. The paper shows the development carried out to create this simulator and analyse all components of the logistical chain, i.e. port operation costs, road haulage costs and maritime leg costs. The simulation results have been validated with real data of actual maritime routes to check its reliability. As a conclusion, the costs simulator permits assess costs of new maritime trade routes comparing them with road transport.

  • Port-city closeness and turnaround time critical for Short Sea Shipping sustainable performance

     Usabiaga Santamaria, Juan Jose; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier
    REACT Conference
    Presentation's date: 2011-05-16
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  • Monitoring and Operation Services For Motorways of The Sea

     Ordas Jimenez, Santiago; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Usabiaga Santamaria, Juan Jose; Rodrigo De Larrucea, Jaime
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  • Diseño de un simulador de costes y tiempos, para evaluar el transporte rodado de mercancías versus transporte marítimo de corta distancia

     Rodríguez Nuevo, Manuel
    Department of Nautical Sciences and Engineering, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    Proposal of a costs simulator, for traffics between Spain and the Black Sea  Open access

     Rodríguez Nuevo, Manuel; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    International Conference on Maritime and Naval Science and Engineering
    p. 34-38
    Presentation's date: 2010-09-04
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    There is a strong imbalance in EU transport mode share. In addition issues like road congestion, noise, accident rate and especially pollutant emissions result not only in external costs to society but also in high logistical costs to customers of transport services. The present paper proposes an assessment model to evaluate final internal and external costs of transport chains served by road and short sea transport as an efficient, fast tool to help customers decide on the most convenient transportation mode for a specific trade link. The links in this work connect Spanish Mediterranean coasts and the Black Sea with up to 19 Spanish provinces, with freight being imported and exported from/to Barcelona and Valencia and the main ports of Bulgaria, Georgia, Romania, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine.

  • Emission Models: A comparison to determine the impact of maritime transport on emissions in SW european short sea shipping

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    51st Transportation Research Forum
    p. 1-13
    Presentation's date: 2010-03-11
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  • Nuevos criterios de navegación de alta velocidad en las rutas de las Autopistas del Mar

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    Congreso Internacional Autopistas del Mar
    Presentation's date: 2009-07-22
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  • Análisis de la aplicación del ecobono, en los tráficos marítimos españoles: una propuesta basada en los costres externos generados

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    Date of publication: 2009-07-01
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  • Patrón de embarcaciones de recreo (tercera edición)

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Mateu Llevadot, Jordi; Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge; Jaime, R
    Date of publication: 2009-06
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  • Short Sea Shipping efficiency analysis considering high-speed craft as an alternative to road transport in SW Europe.  Open access  awarded activity

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    Department of Nautical Sciences and Engineering, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    La política Europea de transporte pretende alcanzar un sistema donde la sostenibilidad juegue un papel predominante. La reducción de lasemisiones contaminantes, de la accidentabilidad, la descongestión del tráfico en las carreteras constituyen un pilar fundamental paraalcanzar tal objetivo.La Unión Europea, a través de la Estrategia para un Desarrollo Sostenible del Libro Blanco de Transporte, ha manifestado en repetidasocasiones su preocupación por los impactos generados por el sector de los transportes; es por eso que existe la aplicación de medidaspara la solución de estos problemas para la integración de las cuestiones medioambientales en las políticas de transporte y los sectoresafines.En el conjunto del transporte, la carretera genera más del 80 por 100 de las emisiones de CO2, siendo con diferencia el modo máscontaminante, mientras que el transporte marítimo se mantiene como el modo menos contaminante. Esta situación, favorable al transportemarítimo se mantiene también para las emisiones de NOx a la atmósfera. Del total de este tipo de emisiones de la Unión Europea, el 51por 100 procede de los vehículos por carretera y un 12 por 100 de los medios de transporte.Hoy en día muchos países están trasladando el tráfico de mercancías de las autopistas congestionadas a otros modos de transporte.Muchas veces el tráfico marítimo, a parte del tráfico ferroviario de mercancías, son la alternativa más plausible para prevenir el incrementode transporte por carretera y las fuertes consecuencias económicas que comporta.A raíz de la firma del Tratado de Adhesión de España a la Unión Europea el año 1986, con el cual el transporte por carretera adquirió uncierto protagonismo, las tasas de crecimiento de tráfico, durante ese año, pasaron del 2,8% al 8,4%, manteniendo y totalizando unmovimiento de 70 millones de toneladas en ambos sentidos, lo que se traduce en una media de 3.500 camiones diarios en tránsito, através de los pasos de La Jonquera e Irún. Para el año 2020, aplicando una tasa de crecimiento similar a la experimentada estos últimosaños, el tráfico de mercancías podría verse incrementado a unos 250 millones de toneladas en total, y más de 30.000 camionesatravesando los Pirineos.Ante esta situación y las consecuencias derivadas de la congestión, es deseable lograr un trasvase de las clásicas cadenas de transporteunimodales a las cadenas multimodales, con la participación de medios terrestres y marítimos. Hoy en día, el reparto del tráfico demercancías se mantiene a un 50% entre ambas cadenas, aunque con una ligera ventaja del camión, sobretodo en recorridos cortos comoes el caso de trayectos entre España y Francia, mientras que a medida que las distancias se amplían lógicamente existe un trasvase haciael modo marítimo.De acuerdo con la revisión del Libro Blanco del Transporte de la Unión Europea, se espera que el Transporte Marítimo de Corta Distancia,en inglés Short Sea Shipping, crezca un 59% en toneladas métricas, desde el año 2000 al año 2020.La principal ventaja del Transporte Marítimo de Corta Distancia consiste en la posibilidad de combinar las ventajas inherentes de losdistintos modos de transporte implicados, reduciendo los costes e incrementando la capacidad de transportar gran volumen de carga enlargas distancias. Pero para poder convertir el transporte multimodal en una alternativa real al transporte unimodal por carretera a parte decuantificar y reducir los costes de fricción al cambiar de modo se deben identificar y estudiar un número de variables relacionadas con eltransporte de mercancías que nos permitirán conocer la viabilidad de una ruta.Para este trasvase de mercancías al modo marítimo se consideran principalmente los buques convencionales como la solución más viable,ya que pueden penetrar en el mercado por carretera reduciendo, en algunos casos, los costes internos y externos. Mientras esteargumento está basado en que el transporte por mar debería competir en precio (por ejemplo ofreciendo un precio más bajo que otrosmodos de transporte) también se debe de considerar la importancia de los buques de alta velocidad que ofrecen calidad al servicio. Losbuques de alta velocidad pueden ser unos posibles competidores del transporte terrestre en determinadas rutas; aunque estos buquespresentan problemas de operación cuando navegan con mal tiempo.El Transporte Marítimo de Corta Distancia debe responder a una serie de requisitos básicos para su identificación y puesta en servicio:buenas conexiones con un hinterland intermodal, un transporte mayoritariamente especializado en tráfico Ro-Ro, una velocidad mínima enlos buques, una alta frecuencia con un mínimo de salidas semanales y ofrecer la máxima fiabilidad aportando al mismo tiempo una mejorasignificativa de los costes de la cadena logística. A su vez, existen elementos críticos para su puesta en marcha que hay que tener encuenta: la consolidación de los flujos, la calidad del conjunto de la cadena de transporte, el compromiso de todos los elementos de lacadena de suministro y la compatibilidad con las otras vías de transporte hacia un modelo multimodal.Se evidencia la voluntad de la Comisión Europea para promocionar el Transporte Marítimo de Corta Distancia, como un modo mássostenible. Uno de los posibles caminos para mejorar su competitividad frente al transporte por carretera y el aéreo, puede pasar por eluso extensivo de buques rápidos o de alta velocidad.Es evidente que los buques de alta velocidad reducen el tiempo de viaje, pero para mantener la ganancia en tiempo en la mar, lasoperaciones en puerto también deben de reducirse para poder mantener la ventaja en el tiempo de viaje.Sin embargo más velocidad implica mayor consumo y más emisiones contaminantes. El aumento de velocidad es viable comercialmenteen unas rutas concretas y en unas condiciones determinadas: buen tiempo durante todo el año, una demanda suficientemente alta paracubrir la necesidad de una alta frecuencia y una situación geográfica favorable.

    The European transport policy aims to achieve a sustainable communication system. A reduction in pollutant emissions, accident rate andtraffic congestion is central to reaching this goal.Through the Strategy for Sustainable Development of the EU White Paper on Transport Policy, the European Union has expressed concernabout transport-related impacts. For this reason, appropriate policies to balance transport growth and its environmental effects are being made.In general, road transport accounts for over 80% of CO2 emissions. It is, therefore, the most polluting mode of transportation whereas seatransport remains the least polluting. The same applies to NOx emissions. Road transport is responsible for 51% of these pollutant emissionsin the European Union, as opposed to 12% for the other modes.In many countries a shift from congested highways to other alternatives for freight transport has been observed. Apart from railway transport,the maritime option is often preferred to relieve road traffic congestion and its negative environmental effects.After Spain joined the European Union at 1986, the traffic volume increase had grown from 2.8% to 8.4% per year, accounting for a movementof 70 million tonnes in both directions. This means a daily average of 3,500 trucks travelling through La Jonquera and Irún passes. At this rate,by the year 2020, freight transport could increase to a total of 250 million tonnes, with over 30,000 trucks crossing the Pyrenees.In view of this and the consequences of traffic congestion, a change from traditional unimodal to multimodal transport chains involving the seaand road modes is desirable. Freight transport is currently shared by both chains, with a slight advantage of road over maritime transport,particularly in short distances like trips between France and Spain while the sea option logically becomes more common as distances increase.According to the review of the EU White Paper on Transport Policy, a 59% increase in tonnes carried by Short Sea Shipping is expectedbetween 2000 and 2020.The main benefit of Short Sea Shipping lies in the possibility of combining the inherent advantages provided by the involved modes, thusreducing costs and increasing freight transport capacity over long distances. However, for multimodal transport to become a real alternative tothe road-only mode, the feasibility of routes must be explored with several variables related to freight transport. Moreover, friction costs derivedfrom the mode shift must be quantified and reduced.Conventional ships are typically regarded as the most viable solution since they can penetrate the road market, sometimes leading to a declinein internal and especially external costs. While this opinion is based on the fact that sea transport should compete price-wise with other modes,it must be born in mind that high-speed vessels offer greater speeds, which may be perceived as quality of service by some shippers. In someroutes, high-speed vessels can become serious competitors to road transport although these ships pose operational problems in bad weather.Short Sea Shipping must meet a number of basic requirements to be efficiently implemented: good links with an intermodal hinterland, atransport mode specialised in Ro-Ro traffic, fast enough ships, sufficient number of weekly trips, maximum reliability and sharp decline in costsderived from the logistic chain. Also, certain critical factors must be taken into account, i.e. consolidation of flows, quality of the whole transportchain, commitment and compatibility of all elements of the supply chain with other transport modes with a view towards a multimodal model.The European Commission’s interest in promoting Short Sea Shipping as a more sustainable mode is made clear. One possible way ofincreasing competitiveness against road and air transport may be the extensive use of fast conventional or high-speed vessels.It is evident that high-speed vessels reduce travel time, but in order to maintain this advantage, port operations must also take less time.However, more speed implies greater consumption and a higher level of pollutant emissions. An increase in speed is commercially feasible incertain route and freight types and under specific conditions: good weather all year around, a demand large enough to justify high tripfrequency and a favourable geographical location.The use of fast conventional and high-speed ships is not always the best solution. It was necessary to examine each particular case. If in thefuture more policies towards sea transport are implemented and freight volume increases, high-speed services will have a market share largeenough to be commercially and economically feasible.The purpose of this thesis is to find alternatives to relieve road traffic congestion by using sea transport more extensively with a view toachieving sustainable mobility. To this end, the use of conventional, fast conventional and high-speed vessels in multimodal transport wasexamined. However, the above objective should not be achieved by the competition of sea transport with railway transport. Instead, thesemodes must capture part of the road transport share. It must also be clear that no direct competition exists between maritime and roadtransport but rather the need for both to be complementary.

  • Seminario conjunto sobre trafico maritimo de corta distancia y su impacto ambiental

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Martínez Marín, Jesús Ezequiel; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier
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  • Eurocampus. Una assignatura intercampus dl'abast europeu.

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    Jornada d'Innovació Docent UPC
    Presentation's date: 2009-02-05
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  • Sustainability of motorways of the sea and fast ships  Open access

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation
    p. 149-155
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    The European transport policy undertakes to enhance sustainability in transport in order to boost economic activities in the whole EU. The reduction of pollutant emissions and a better balance among modes of transportation to cut road congestion are the pillars of the above policy. These factors are encouraging public and private stakeholders to use the freight maritime alternative more extensively. Short sea shipping is considered the quickest way to reach sustainability. Another advantage of ships over trucks and trains is that vessels consume less fuel as a result of the relatively low speeds at which they travel. However, increasingly faster ships are in a position to compete with trucks, but the former’s greater power demand and consumption rate result in higher pollutant emission levels which, in turn, lead to the loss of their environmental advantage over road transport. This problem is analyzed below.

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  • The importance of the improvements on the maritime transport in the global trade  Open access

     Isalgue Buxeda, Antonio; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    Maritime Transport IV
    p. 683-695
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  • SISTEMA DE APOYO A LA INVESTIGACION DEL ORIGEN DE VERTIDOS ILEGALES EN EL MAR

     Ortigosa Barragán, Inmaculada; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Maidana Silanes, Augusto; Garcia Espinosa, Julio
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  • Patrón de Navegación Básica

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Mateu Llevadot, Jordi; Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge
    Date of publication: 2009-01
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  • The green tax, an anaysis of its implementation in Spanish short sea traffics  Open access

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    International Conference on Maritime Transport
    p. 293-305
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  • Patrón de Embarcación de Recreo (actualización segunda edición)

     Jaime Pérez, Ricard; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Mateu Llevadot, Jordi; Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge
    Date of publication: 2008-11
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  • 12è Concurs d'Idees Ambientals de la UPC

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Leon Arias, Alejandro
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  • La sostenibilidad de las autopistas del mar y los buques de alta velocidad

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    Date of publication: 2007-12
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  • Selection of short sea shipping transport chains in western europe based on external factors

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    International Congress on Maritime Technological Innovations and Research
    Presentation's date: 2007-11-21
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  • Selection of short sea shipping transport chains in western europe based on external factors

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier
    Date of publication: 2007-11
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  • Autorización federativa para el Gobierno de embarcaciones de recreo. Motor y vela

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Mateu-Llevadot, J; Mateu Llevadot, Jordi; Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge
    Date of publication: 2007-10
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  • Patrón de embarcaciones de recreo (segunda edición)

     Jaime Pérez, Ricard; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Mateu Llevadot, Jordi; Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge
    Date of publication: 2007-10
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  • Educació i desenvolupament humà sostenible: L'exemple de l'impacte mediambiental en el transport de mercaderies

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    Congrés UPC Sostenible 2015
    p. 43-44
    Presentation's date: 2007-07
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  • Selection of short sea shipping transport chains in western europe based on External factors

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier
    International Congress on Maritime Technological Innovations and Research
    p. 17-28
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  • Las autopistas del mar como alternativa al paso de los Pirineos

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    III Conferencia sobre comunicaciones Pirenaicas
    Presentation's date: 2006-12-13
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  • Autorització Federativa per al govern d'embarcacions d'esbarjo. Vela i motor

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Mateu Llevadot, Jordi; Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge
    Date of publication: 2006-10
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  • Las autopistas del mar como alternativa al paso de los Pirineos

     Olivella Puig, Joan; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; González Blanco, Ricardo; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    Date of publication: 2006-05
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  • Studies of Suitability on Short Sea Shipping Routes in SW Europe

     Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Olivella Puig, Joan; González Blanco, Ricardo
    International Conference on Maritime Transport
    p. 589-596
    Presentation's date: 2006-05-19
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  • Studies of suitability on short sea shipping routes in sw europe

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Olivella Puig, Joan; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; González Blanco, Ricardo
    Date of publication: 2006-05
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  • Studies of suitability on short sea shipping routes in SW Europe.

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Olivella, J; González, R
    Date of publication: 2006-05
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    Análisis de los buques en el SSS Español en el año 2005  Open access

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    Date: 2006-03
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    El presente artículo pretende avanzar en el análisis de la situación actual del transporte marítimo de corta distancia internacional, que se inició con el proyecto INECEU (Intermodalidad entre España y Europa), llevado a cabo por un equipo de investigadores del Grupo TRANSMAR, del Departamento de Ciencias e Ingeniería. Náuticas en la Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña. Ese retoma el llamamiento realizado durante la reunión de ministros de transporte de Gijón el pasado mes de junio del año 2002 y posteriormente reiterada en diferentes comunicaciones, de estudiar diseños de buques más adecuados al transporte marítimo de corta distancia y que puedan servir de forma eficiente a las futuras autopistas del mar. Esta intención pasa primero por valorar la situación existente hoy día en los buques que sirven dichos tráficos en la península.

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    Selection of Short Sea Shipping transport alternatives in SW Europe.  Open access

     Martinez De Osés, Francisco Javier; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la
    Date: 2006-03
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    A brief abstract is made, explaining how were selected the variables to select the most feasible route in SSS comapred to only road chain; and its balance.

  • Patrón de embarcaciones de recreo (primera edición)

     Jaime Pérez, Ricard; Castells Sanabra, Marcel·la; Mateu Llevadot, Jordi; Torralbo Gavilan, Jorge
    Date of publication: 2005-12
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