Capt. Antonio M. Padrón y Santiago on watersports events

Associations, Aviation, Sports — By on August 18, 2016 at 10:16 PM
Ms. María del C. Pérez, Mr. Carlos E. Alonso and Capt. Antonio M. Padrón

Ms. María del C. Pérez, Mr. Carlos E. Alonso and Capt. Antonio M. Padrón

Capt. Antonio M. Padrón y Santiago, “IMO Maritime Ambassador” and Maritime Authority of Tenerife, attended the presentation of the Plan on Nautical Activities and Water Sports “TENERIFE + BLUE”, at the Island Council of Tenerife

The presentation of the Plan, in whose preparation has been an active partner the IMO Maritime Ambassador, was in charge of Mr. Carlos E. Alonso Rodriguez, President of the Island Council of Tenerife and Ms. Maria C. Perez Zamora, Counselor of Sports.

TENERIFE + BLUE, contains the major objectives, goals, and projects, in order that used as a management tool, improves the supply of services to citizens and facilitate the attainment of achievements in relation to the resources devoted to the promotion and popularizing of nautical activities and water sports on the island. In its broadest sense, it participates with its contribution to the development of the island.

This requires generating a vision and a common platform through a two-way dynamics between actors, through consensus and active participation.

In this regard, the goal has been built with the implication of agents involved in the sector, considering the participatory methodology as essential and decisive for success.

Finally, TENERIFE + BLUE expresses a broad, transversal and inclusive vision of the nautical activities and water sports system; integrating all subsystems and levels of participation, keeping respect for the autonomy and freedom of private and social actors and administrations involved.

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