Publisher : Korean Institute of Navigation and Port Research
DOI : 10.5394/KINPR.2013.37.6.581
Title & Authors
A Study on the Improvement of Passenger Ship's Operational Environments in Wan-do Area Im, Nam-Kyun; Lee, Sang-Min; Seong, Yu-Chang;
The sea traffic volume in Southwest sea including Wando area have increased every year. However the improvement of the facilities for convenience and safety in port and sea was not enough to meet the increasing demand of traffic and passengers' need. This study dealt with the situations and status of passenger ship traffic system in Wando area. In addition to, questionnaire survey of passenger ship user in Wando area was carried out in order to research the improvement of marine traffic system. On the basis of the result, navigation risks in the area was analysed. The institutional system such as passenger ship fare, enhanced traffic system that can improve marine traffic environment in the area were suggested and examined. The urgent issue was the scattered fishing ground near fairway which makes narrow passage and can cause risky passeger ship's navigation. In the side of passeger ship's operation, the wage of cargo handling was relatively expensive that needed to be improved.
marine safety;Passenger's fare;Wage of cargo handling;Marine traffic;navigation risks;illegal fisheries;
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