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Sail Tomini
SAIL Tomini 2015 ditetapkan penyelenggaraannya di Sulawesi Tengah berdasarkan Keppres No. 42 Tahun 2014 tanggal 17 Oktober 2014. Penyelenggaran SAIL TOMINI 2015 antara lain bertujuan untuk percepatan Pembangunan dan Pengembangan potensi sumberdaya Kelautan dan Pariwisata Indonesia, guna mewujudkan kesejahteraan masyarakat yang seluas-luasnya, khususnya masyarakat pesisir dan pulau-pulau kecil, sekaligus menyemarakkan hari ulang tahun kemerdekaan RI yang ke 70. Berdasarkan Keppres tersebut di atas ada 18 kegiatan utama yang nantinya bisa dikembangkan sesuai dengan kebutuhan daerah. Kegiatan yang akan dilaksanakan terkait dengan pelaksanaa SAIL adalah : 1. Upacara Bendera peringatan HUT Kemerdekaan RI yang ke 70 di Pulau terluar Republik Indonesia; 2. Bakti Sosial dan Pelayanan Kesehatan berupa: Operasi Bhakti Surya Baskhara Jaya, OperasiBhakti Kartika Jaya, Operasi Bakhti Pelangi Nusantara, serta Demonstrasi/ Sailling Pass (parade kapal dan terjun payung); 3. Pelayaran Lingkar Nusantara V; 4. Percepatan Pembangunan Sarana-Prasarana; 5. Bakti Kesejahteraan Rakyat Nusantara; 6. Badan Usaha Milik Negara Bina Lingkungan Tomini; 7. Gerakan Membangun Kampung; 8. Lintas Nusantara Remaja dan Pemuda Bahari/Kapal Pemuda Nusantara; 9. Ekspedisi Riset Kelautan; 10. Relli Kapal Layar (Yacht Rally); 11. Seminar Nasional dan Internasional; 12. Pengembangan Potensi Pariwisata, Ekonomi Kreatif dan Budaya; 13. Gebyar Batik TOMINI; 14. Wawasan Kebangsaan dan Bela Negara; 15. Olahraga Bahari; 16. Pameran Potensi Daerah; 17. Festival Buolemo; 18. Upacara Puncak Acara SAIL TOMINI 2015; 19. Kegiatan Lain yang disesuaikan dengan Perkembangan di Daerah.
Sail Tomini 2015 merupakan salah satu pintu masuk pengembangan pariwisata secara terintegrasi khususnya di sekitar Teluk Tomini,…...

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