The basic idea behind the WINMOS project dates back to the early sixties. Since the cooperation agreement within icebreaking, the “Nordic Agreement”, was signed by Finland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden in 1963, a continuous development and adaption of the winter navigation system in the Baltic Sea has been on-going.
It is always difficult to look in to the future, but it is possible to estimate the consequences for development of different scenarios. Some probable changes in the Baltic Sea in the future (2020-2030) concerning maritime transports that might affect the winter navigation are identified.Read more
The objective of Activity 4 is to make information about icebreaking operations easily available for all stakeholders concerned by winter navigation.Read more