Journal of Navigation and Port Research 2012;36(1):81-87.
Published online February 28, 2012.
한국과 일본의 어촌 · 어항법 분석과 피셔리나 개발방향
양영철, 이재형
South Korea and Japan's fishing Villages law and Sea Port law Analysis and the Development Direction of Fisherina
Young-Cheol Yang, Jae-Hyung Lee
Abstract
This study is enabled our country to compare and analyze Korea’s and Japan’s marina development related fishing villages in the sea ports, sea port law’s systematical research, approved permissions, and operation related ordinance enactments. Henceforth, the results of the research regarding the fisherina development model appropriate for domestic circumstances are as follows. First, the fisherina must be developed in a way to create a new source of income in the fishing villages. The initial steps must be taken in improving the fishing industry and revitalizing the marine leisure sports. Second, there must be a development of a system to reduce its development costs. Third, the existing sea port’s unused equipments must be developed in a remodeled form.
Key Words: fishing villages ․sea port law’s;fisherina;marina;sea port development;development restrictions
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