The aim of this kind of developments is to standardize issues of legal security, like for example now, with visas and permits, current security formalities for boats, functions for practicing sport o regulation of “charters”, amongst others. These issues affect merchant shipping, customs and excise, as well as the national corps (The Police and the Civil Guard) and it is the Clúster’s objective to detect this critical points in the set of legal rules, with a view to establish clearer, simpler and more transparent criteria.
This line of action, given its complexity and range, will be developed with other entities and organizations, from both Catalan and Spanish fields, such as the Asociación Española de Empresas Náuticas (ANEN), the Cambra de Comerç de Barcelona and the Asociación Española de Grandes Yates (AEGY).
Penna has been a founding member of the Cluster, a naval architect and builder since 1984. He specializes in the innovation and design of electric propulsion and fleet electrification vessels.
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