Next Blue Generation

Project Partners

10 partners in 8 countries join forces to
implement the Next BlueGeneration project.

Sea Teach SL is a Spanish SME located on Mallorca. It operates as a sea school providing a variety of vocational training courses in nautical tourism to students from all over Europe. As initiator of the BlueGeneration, the Next BlueGeneration and the We are Blue Schools projects, Sea Teach focuses on inspiring youth for the Blue Economy and Ocean Literacy.

ACTeon is a research and consultancy accompanying ecological and climate transition in Europe. Specialised in the “soft” components of environmental management and policy (i.e. values & perceptions, incentives to steer behaviour, prospective and policy evaluation, governance, mediation & communication…), ACTeon coordinates and contributes to key blue literacy and blue education initiatives from the local to the European scales, including the coordination of the EU4Ocean coalition.

Militos Consulting S.A. is a unique, dynamic and innovative 360 consultancy firm, with a strong European profile, international experience and many distinctions in the provision of integrated and ground-breaking consultancy services in a wide spectrum of fields, including skills empowerment, vocational education and training, entrepreneurship education, community building and awareness measures.

European Boating Industry (EBI) represents Europe’s recreational boating and tourism sector, including boatbuilders, engine manufacturers, equipment makers, maintenance firms, dealers, marinas, charter services, and related businesses. This industry comprises 32,000 mainly small and medium-sized enterprises, employing 280,000 people. As an established stakeholder at EU level, EBI’s mission is to advance and represent a sustainable boating and nautical tourism industry #MadeInEurope.

The SUBMARINER Network brings together actors from the Baltic Sea Region to actively promote innovative and sustainable uses of marine resources for the dual priorities of protecting our marine ecosystems and promoting sustainable economic development. The Network connects authorities, research institutions, civil society, and private companies, integrating local perspectives into transnational frameworks. As a flagship network under the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (EUSBSR) and the coordinator of the Horizon CSA Blue Mission BANOS, we represent the blue economy at a trans-regional level. The SUBMARINER Network is a registered not-for-profit European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG).

The Faculty promotes science and research directed towards the application of contemporary scientific achievements in the area of Maritime Studies for the requirements of maritime economy in order to achieve greater economic success, as well as for fulfilling the requirements of all social factors, primarily with the goal of preserving the natural and other resources of the sea and the coast.

The Centre of Excellence for Marine and Maritime research, innovation and technology development. The Institute’s vision is to drive sustainable Blue Growth, by addressing the needs of industrial and societal blue economy stakeholders. It comprises of ten centres in marine technology, marine robotics, maritime digitalisation, marine observation, marine and coastal ecosystems, marine biotechnology and aquaculture, the maritime human element, marine cultural heritage, marine and maritime policies and regional cooperation.

School of Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering is active in all areas of maritime transport R&D, being involved in projects about the design, marine environmental protection, safety analysis and human element. It has also been involved in projects with a policy analysis element while bridging R&D with education. NTUA has coordinated the Sea of Experience and participated in the MENTOR Project.

LudusXR specialises in creating educational computer games and digital tools, particularly for ERASMUS+ / EU projects. With a decade of experience managing an IT department at the Resource Centre for Integration in Denmark, we seamlessly handle project coordination, development, and marketing. In other words, we are the full package.

The European Marine Science Educators Association is a network of marine science educators acting as one voice across Europe and beyond. Established in 2011 EMSEA’s overall mission is to act as a hub for the European marine education community to promote and deliver ocean literacy across society by working with scientists, teachers, policy makers and the public. EMSEA aims to support and engage teachers and educators, so they are better equipped for the task to make European students and citizens more ocean literate. What is more, is an international nonprofit organisation registered under Belgian law and a membership organization.