Order Aaa/77/2015, Of 21 January, Amending The Order Arm/1744/2011, 15 June, Which Regulates The Reservation Marina Of Cabo De Gata - Nijar And Defines Its Delimitation And Permitted Uses.

Original Language Title: Orden AAA/77/2015, de 21 de enero, por la que se modifica la Orden ARM/1744/2011, de 15 de junio, por la que se regula la reserva marina de Cabo de Gata-Níjar y se define su delimitación y usos permitidos.

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Using the order ARM/1744/2011, June 15, published in the «Official Gazette» number 149, dated 23 June, regulates the reserve marina of Cabo de Gata - Nijar, and defines its delimitation and permitted uses. In the annex to the same conditions of practice of different uses are regulated, allowed in the reserve marina. In the case of commercial fishing, the application of the order since its entry into force to post highlights an incompatibility in terms of timetables and the days of activity permitted in this standard and those established in the grounds of the national of the Mediterranean that precludes compliance with own regulation, in General so it is necessary to modify paragraph 2.A of the annex to the above-mentioned order ARM/1744/2011 , 15 June, to resolve this situation.

By virtue, I have: single article. Modification order ARM/1744/2011, 15 June, which regulates the reservation marina of Cabo de Gata-Nijar, and defines its delimitation and permitted uses.

Amending point 2.A of the annex to the order, leaving the wording as follows: «a. commercial maritime fishing.

1 the fishing effort to be made by professional fishing vessels in the area of the reserve marina, shall be subject to the provisions of article 3(2) of the Royal Decree 395/2006, of March 31, establishing management measures of the fishing fleet that operates with fixed and lower in the Mediterranean arts, so the period authorized for fishing with fixed gear or smaller will be , for each vessel, five days per week and 16 hours per day. Input and output port schedules will be those laid down in the corresponding rules of days and hours of professional fishing. In any case, gear and fishing gear should be removed from its calamento 41 hours per week continued and transported to port.

2nd all catches taking place within the reserve marina are subject to the limitation of sizes and species of prohibited catch, according to the regulations governing these aspects in the national fishery in the Mediterranean and the rest of applicable environmental regulations.

3 the definition and technical measures of crafts and fishing gear permitted in the marine reserve are those set out in the legislation regulating them in the national fishery in the Mediterranean."

Final disposition. Entry into force.

This order shall enter into force the day after its publication in the «Official Gazette».

Madrid, January 21, 2015.-the Minister of agriculture, food and environment, Isabel García Tejerina.