EIVISSA, 25.03.2019. Today has stayed constituted the mixed Commission of the Museum of the Sea and the Fishing of Ibiza, with representatives of the Insular Council of Ibiza, City council of Ibiza, Government of the Balearic Islands and Port Authority of Balearic.
At the act of the constitution have taken part Vicent Torres, president of the Council of Ibiza, Rafa Ruiz, mayor of Ibiza, Fanny Tur, councillor of Culture and Sports of the Government of the Balearic Islands and Joan Gual, president of Port Authority of Balearic.The Commission has constituted to develop the content of the protocol signed for the creation of the Museum of the Sea and the Fishing of Ibiza, that will site at healthy Riba of the old port of Villa.
The Insular Council of Ibiza will assume the opening and management of the Museum, and will contribute the traditional crafts and the collection museística relative at the sea, the fishing and the masters of aixa of his titularity. Besides, the insular administration will do the economic contribution to rehabilitate the real estate and manage the future centre museístic.
The City council of Ibiza will contribute the real estate of his titularity of the ancient Exterior Health or Dreg of Fishermen, sited at healthy Riba, as a future centre museístic.
The Council of Culture and Sports of the Government of the Balearic Islands will collaborate economically at the creation and the management of the museum, with the quantities that define at future agreements more specific, as well as at the contribution of pieces of his titularity that belong at the geographic sphere of Ibiza.
Finally, Port Authority of Balearic, titular of the port zone of Ibiza, will contribute the room where thinks tie up the different traditional crafts that tenguinqualified of navigation, for the different activities of dinamització and of public exposition, and will authorise, if escau, the necessary rooms among the dam and the dukes of dawn, as well as the permission to site senyalística and some element that invite at visiting the future centre