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For the Degree of
BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE
SUBMITTED
BY
ATHARV A. MEHTA.
ROLL NO-
2020-2021
HARBOUR PORT
TOPIC: ANCHORAG...
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This is to certify that the work of architectural project entitled
HARBOUR PORT AT HARNAI
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I am highly grateful to the Ar. Chaya Tirvir, Faculty, Dr. D.Y. Patil College of
Architecture, Akurdi (P...
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.1 Background –
India is the world’s fourth largest fishing nation, accounting for over4.39% of the global output and with a longest costal line of 8118 km. Maharashtra has 720Km coastline and it has fifth place in marine fish production after Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, West Bengal and Gujarat. Out of this Harnai is giving a markable contribution through its harbors time onwards it has been using as a fish landing center on fair weather conditions. The fishing scene had fallen into bad times from its heydays in the 1970s, when fishermen in Thrissur used to come to sell their catch. It lost out largely because the mode of fishing changed from eight-man catamarans to 40-menand engine-powered trawlers and fiber boats. Now, workers say that hardly100 boxes of fish are sold at the fish-landing center. Presently the fisher man community over here is depending on Harbour which is already overloaded. So Harbour engineering department planned to construct a break water that facilitates all whether fish landing.
The facility is meant to be an addition to the harbours in the district with its close proximity to the city. The Harbour site is hardly 8km away from the Dapoli bus station and is next to the main coastal road of the city.
The Harnai Harbour is considered as a major step to revive the sizeable fishing community . The facility is meant to be an addition to the harbors in the district with its close proximity to the city. It consist of two phases of development. The first phase is under construction include the construction of the two breakwaters, a wharf, auction hall, and vehicle-parking areas. The Second phase is to be drafted which includes the related infrastructure that promote fishing industry and tourism.
1.2 Introduction- It’s project under Harbour engineering department Harnai which aims at enabling Vellayil as an all whether fish landing center. The neighboring Dabhol Harbour is designed for 250 boats and presently around 600 boats are coming there lacking
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facilities. As Harbour is a major public space where a lot of people come it should stand iconic. Fishing ports and fish landing sites are complex dynamic interface zones involving mixing of environmental, ecological, economic and social activities and problems. This heterogeneous mix of activities demands strong cross- sector interaction at the planning stage to ensure that the resulting infrastructure may be managed in a sustainable manner. With respect to the relevance of the topic analyzed, Aim of the report is formulated i.e. what is the outcome of the report.

.1 Background –
India is the world’s fourth largest fishing nation, accounting for over4.39% of the global output and with a longest costal line of 8118 km. Maharashtra has 720Km coastline and it has fifth place in marine fish production after Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, West Bengal and Gujarat. Out of this Harnai is giving a markable contribution through its harbors time onwards it has been using as a fish landing center on fair weather conditions. The fishing scene had fallen into bad times from its heydays in the 1970s, when fishermen in Thrissur used to come to sell their catch. It lost out largely because the mode of fishing changed from eight-man catamarans to 40-menand engine-powered trawlers and fiber boats. Now, workers say that hardly100 boxes of fish are sold at the fish-landing center. Presently the fisher man community over here is depending on Harbour which is already overloaded. So Harbour engineering department planned to construct a break water that facilitates all whether fish landing.
The facility is meant to be an addition to the harbours in the district with its close proximity to the city. The Harbour site is hardly 8km away from the Dapoli bus station and is next to the main coastal road of the city.
The Harnai Harbour is considered as a major step to revive the sizeable fishing community . The facility is meant to be an addition to the harbors in the district with its close proximity to the city. It consist of two phases of development. The first phase is under construction include the construction of the two breakwaters, a wharf, auction hall, and vehicle-parking areas. The Second phase is to be drafted which includes the related infrastructure that promote fishing industry and tourism.
1.2 Introduction- It’s project under Harbour engineering department Harnai which aims at enabling Vellayil as an all whether fish landing center. The neighboring Dabhol Harbour is designed for 250 boats and presently around 600 boats are coming there lacking
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facilities. As Harbour is a major public space where a lot of people come it should stand iconic. Fishing ports and fish landing sites are complex dynamic interface zones involving mixing of environmental, ecological, economic and social activities and problems. This heterogeneous mix of activities demands strong cross- sector interaction at the planning stage to ensure that the resulting infrastructure may be managed in a sustainable manner. With respect to the relevance of the topic analyzed, Aim of the report is formulated i.e. what is the outcome of the report.

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  1. 1. 1 For the Degree of BACHELOR OF ARCHITECTURE SUBMITTED BY ATHARV A. MEHTA. ROLL NO- 2020-2021 HARBOUR PORT TOPIC: ANCHORAGING THE HARBOUR (FISHING AND MARKETING PORT) Under the Guidance By Ar. CHAYA TIRVIR Dr. D.Y. Patil College of Architecture, Akurdi Pune -411044 DISSERTATION REPORT Submitted in fulfilment of the requirement for the award of SAVITRIBAI PHULE PUNE UNIVERSITY
  2. 2. 2 CERTIFICATE This is to certify that the work of architectural project entitled HARBOUR PORT AT HARNAI is a bonafied work of MR. ATHARV A. MEHTA. Student of fourth year B,Arch 2020-2021 of Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Architecture, Akurdi carried out under my guidance and submitted in partial fulfilment of requirement of the degree of bachelor of architecture, University of Pune . Ar. Chaya Tirvir Project guide
  3. 3. 3 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I am highly grateful to the Ar. Chaya Tirvir, Faculty, Dr. D.Y. Patil College of Architecture, Akurdi (Pune), for providing this opportunity to carry out the major project at Harnai. I would like to express my gratitude to other faculty members of Architecture department, for providing academic inputs, guidance and encouragement throughout this period. I would like to express a deep sense of gratitude and thank to Colonel S.K. Joshi Director of the College, without whose permission, wise counsel and able guidance, it would have been possible to carry out my project in this manner. The help rendered by Ar. Chaya Tirvir, for experimentation is greatly acknowledged. Finally, I express my indebtedness to all who have directly or indirectly contributed to the successful competition of my major project. Atharv A Mehta. Fourth Year B.Arch Place:Akurdi, Pune
  4. 4. 4 Table of Contents 1.0 TITLE OF THE RESEARCH PROPOSAL-................................................................6 HARBOUR PORT.................................................................................................................6 1.1 Background –.................................................................................................................6 1.2 Introduction- ..................................................................................................................6 2.0 CHOICE OF THE TOPICS WITH REASONING-.....................................................7 3.0 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEMS...........................................................................8 4.0 LITERATURE REVIEW- ..............................................................................................9 4.1 Historical background....................................................................................................9 4.2 About Maharashtra.......................................................................................................10 4.3 About Fisheries Maharashtra .......................................................................................10 4.4 Koli culture and Tradition............................................................................................10 5.0 AIM & OBJECTIVE.....................................................................................................13 5.1 Aim ..............................................................................................................................13 5.2 Objectives ....................................................................................................................13 6.0 HYPOTHESES ..............................................................................................................13 7.0 RESEARCH QUESTIONS...........................................................................................14 8.0 CASE STUDY ................................................................................................................20 8.1. MANDOVI FISHERMAN JETTY, GOA............................................................................20 9.0 THE METHODOLOGY –............................................................................................24 9.1 METHODS OF RESEARCH – ...................................................................................24 9.2 METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION –.............................................................25 9.3 METHODS OF DATA ANALYSIS – ........................................................................26 10.0 SCOPE AND LIMITATION – ...................................................................................27 10.1 SCOPE –....................................................................................................................27 10.2 LIMITATION -..........................................................................................................27 11.0 RECOMMENDATIONS.............................................................................................28 12.0 BILIOGRAPHY...........................................................................................................30 13.0CONCLUSION .............................................................................................................30
  5. 5. 5 List of Figures Figure 1: PORT..........................................................................................................................7 Figure 2: fish production in india .............................................................................................9 Figure 3: fish prduction chart of india......................................................................................9 Figure 4: fishries activities in village ......................................................................................11 Figure 5: fishing eco system...................................................................................................12 Figure 6: activitis of port........................................................................................................14 Figure 7: MANDOVI FISHERMAN JETTY,SITEPLAN.................................................................20 Figure 8: plan of mondavi jetty..............................................................................................21 Figure 9 ..................................................................................................................................21 Figure 10: schematic section..................................................................................................22 Figure 11: Site picture............................................................................................................22 Figure 12: site section of mandovi port.................................................................................23
  6. 6. 6 1.0 TITLE OF THE RESEARCH PROPOSAL- HARBOUR PORT 1.1 Background – India is the world’s fourth largest fishing nation, accounting for over4.39% of the global output and with a longest costal line of 8118 km. Maharashtra has 720Km coastline and it has fifth place in marine fish production after Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, West Bengal and Gujarat. Out of this Harnai is giving a markable contribution through its harbors time onwards it has been using as a fish landing center on fair weather conditions. The fishing scene had fallen into bad times from its heydays in the 1970s, when fishermen in Thrissur used to come to sell their catch. It lost out largely because the mode of fishing changed from eight-man catamarans to 40-menand engine-powered trawlers and fiber boats. Now, workers say that hardly100 boxes of fish are sold at the fish-landing center. Presently the fisher man community over here is depending on Harbour which is already overloaded. So Harbour engineering department planned to construct a break water that facilitates all whether fish landing. The facility is meant to be an addition to the harbours in the district with its close proximity to the city. The Harbour site is hardly 8km away from the Dapoli bus station and is next to the main coastal road of the city. The Harnai Harbour is considered as a major step to revive the sizeable fishing community . The facility is meant to be an addition to the harbors in the district with its close proximity to the city. It consist of two phases of development. The first phase is under construction include the construction of the two breakwaters, a wharf, auction hall, and vehicle-parking areas. The Second phase is to be drafted which includes the related infrastructure that promote fishing industry and tourism. 1.2 Introduction- It’s project under Harbour engineering department Harnai which aims at enabling Vellayil as an all whether fish landing center. The neighboring Dabhol Harbour is designed for 250 boats and presently around 600 boats are coming there lacking
  7. 7. 7 facilities. As Harbour is a major public space where a lot of people come it should stand iconic. Fishing ports and fish landing sites are complex dynamic interface zones involving mixing of environmental, ecological, economic and social activities and problems. This heterogeneous mix of activities demands strong cross- sector interaction at the planning stage to ensure that the resulting infrastructure may be managed in a sustainable manner. With respect to the relevance of the topic analyzed, Aim of the report is formulated i.e. what is the outcome of the report. 2.0 CHOICE OF THE TOPICS WITH REASONING- The community of kolis; typically, a fisherman community living near the sea, having their main occupation as fisherman are a part of our culture since many years and have been a part of oldest occupation in the history of mankind. Fishing occupation is one of the oldest occupation but in recent time it is losing its importance because of low maintenance lifestyle and no fix income. The sense of self belonging and pride is missing whish has led to deterioration of market and culture of the community. Harnai, one of the fishing village of the city and a famous tourist spot. The fast urbanization of dapoli has lead to many problems in the city structure. I chose my site to be the old harbor that has historically important fort. Over a years it has been confronted with problems like lack of infrastructure, unhygienic Figure 1: PORT
  8. 8. 8 surroundings. Recent statistics states that village has great scope of fishery market. This thesis is therefore intended to examine the issues and the examine of the solution to the problem associate with the design. The topic also tries to provide spaces for visitors which would act money generating for localities and also how we could reconnect, densify and protect the city from the rising sea level. Tourism has always been an integral trigger in the growth and development of the economic cycle of any rigion. Tourist destination center aims to promote tourism through art, culture and heritage. It is also an institution for dissemination of knowledge of natural and cultural heritage. It is important to rethink of the organic development happened around fisherman community to reform it as per todays requirement. 3.0 STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEMS • Harnai is a fisherman’s village. • It has historical importance and a famous tourist spot. • It has a great potential in market of fishery. • It produces about 12 metric tones of fishes per year. • There is lack of exposure and lack of infrastructure for the fisherman of the village. • There is no proper platform for loading/unloading of fishes and it is carried along the shore which makes it dirty. • The ice factory and fish market and the store are far from each other. • There is no hygiene in this area even after being a tourist spot. • So I feel that it should be organized and the fisherman should be provided with a proper infrastructure.
  9. 9. 9 4.0 LITERATURE REVIEW- 4.1 Historical background Fishing in India is major industry in its costal states, employing over 14million people. India is a major supplier of fish in the world. India has 8118km of marine coastline, 3827 fishing villages, and 1914 traditional fish landing centre. Marine and freshwater catch fishing combined with aquaculture fish farming is a rapidly growing industry in India. The seven islands the came to constitute Mumbai were home to communities of fishing colonies. From archeological evidence the earliest known inhabitant of the port in Mumbai are koli fisherman. Figure 2: fish production in india Figure 3: fish prduction chart of india
  10. 10. 10 4.2 About Maharashtra • The Konkan is the coastal strip of land bounded by the Sahyadri hills on the east and the Arabian sea on the west. Maharashtra’s Konkan coast includes the district of Raigad, Ratnagiri, Sindhudurg. • This region is best known for its fresh produce, especially Pomfret (fish), avocado, and delicious alphonso mango. 4.3 About Fisheries Maharashtra • Fisheries has always been an integral part of agriculture activities in the state of Maharashtra. • The stall produces 15-20 percent of total annual fish production of the country. With six marine districts, the total marine fish landing in 5 lakhs tones. • The state has a long coastline of 720km along with 112000 sq.m. area of continential shelf available for coastal fishing. • There is also brackish water area of nearly 80000 hectare, along the coast out of which about 10000 hectare of area is suitable for brackish water aquaculture. • A fisherman population in Maharashtra is of 9.24 lakhs and constitutes 0.4% of the total population. • The state has three fishing harbors Sassoon dock, new ferry warf Mumbai and mirkarwada (Ratnagiri). • In konkan region there are total 184 fish landing centers in marine sector. 4.4 Koli culture and Tradition Mumbai was initially made up of small koli village type. Slowly urbanization took over Mumbai over the period of 20-30 yrs and later on led to becoming metro Politian city. • Culture of Koli is deteriorating in and around Mumbai. • Koli people- Major part of economic structure in India. • Koli community people socialize to a large scale. • Festivals-All regions festivals are celebrated. • Social gathering is major part of koli culture.
  11. 11. 11 The above flow chart portrayes the basic activity chart of fisherman keeping the above aspects in mind, the program has been designed in such a way, that it can incorporate almost all the activities. This cam make a fisherman’s life easier. This gives him a better exposure to the social part of his life. Figure 4: fishries activities in village
  12. 12. 12 Figure 5: fishing eco system
  13. 13. 13 5.0 AIM & OBJECTIVE 5.1 Aim • The aim of the project is to design and create a fishing harbor keeping in mind the comfort and needs of the employees and common people. • To study the existing organic pattern and their infrastructure in existing koliwada of Harnai. • A harbor with most advance facilities to satisfy needs of employees and tourist. • To give scope of development for community, culture and economy. • To create urban catalyst that would initiate surrounding development. • The aim of the project is to design and create a hub to support all existing activities with amenities and hygiene. 5.2 Objectives • In the absence of parents, orphan children become a “burden” to society. The values and priorities of the society will determine how that “burden” is managed. To study and organize the areas properly which are actually scattered and establish fish port, transportation, market, ice plant, and cold place. Etc. • To help to improve the hygiene of the area. • To help to improve the income of small fisherman, through provision of services and facilities which add the value to their products. • Proper infrastructure with all the amenities and provision of modern technologies. • The intermingling and diverse activities and social facilities in the center shall serve as a forum for interaction and will be a nucleus for the region. 6.0 HYPOTHESES Fishing ports aare complex dynamic interface zones, which often involve mixing of environmental, ecological, economic and social activities. So to ensure a god infrastructure this heterogeneous mix of activities demands strong systematic design approaches and cross-sector interaction at planning stage. This helps to maintain the port in a sustainable manner. Here, this project proposes the development of a stretch
  14. 14. 14 of beach around 1,4km. Which includes a full-fledged fishing harbor which is under construction and some key building which facilitate fish landing, processing and marketing along with prominent public open spaces. The main goal of this project is to revive the existing main beach where a lot of people often visit. So the quality of spaces should be degraded when a fishing Harbor start functioning. This project with design elements that can attract public and improve the quality of spaces. Figure 6: activitis of port 7.0 RESEARCH QUESTIONS (for staff) Name:.............................................................................................Age:........................ Contact No:.........................................................................Gender:...................... Occupation:................................................................................................................... Nationality:.................................................................................................................... How many visitors visit to the Port in Weekends? ........................................................................................................................................ How many visitors visit to the Port in weekdays? ........................................................................................................................................
  15. 15. 15 Activities in the Haror port are categorised under following: ❑ Children ❑ Adult ❑ Senior Citizen ❑ Tourists Mention if any other:............................................................................................................... Name the activities for the following: ❑ Children:.................................................................................................... ❑ Adult:......................................................................................................... ❑ Senior Citizen:............................................................................... ❑ Tourists:..................................................................................................... Mention if any other:................................................................................................................ What is the Peak Timing or Peak Hours in the Harbor port? ........................................................................................................................................ Activities in the Port are: ❑ Traditional ❑ Thematic ❑ Conventional Mention if any other:................................................................................................................ What are the different departments provided in the Centre? ❑ Administration Department ❑ Service and Security Department ❑ House Keeping Department ❑ Hospitality Department ❑ Management Department Mention if any other:................................................................................................................ What are the facilities which connect the entire campus? Mention the name (if any given) ❑ Food court ❑ Public plaza
  16. 16. 16 ❑ Amphitheatre ❑ Pool Mention if any other:............................................................................................................... What are the accommodation facilities provided for visitors? ❑ Resort ❑ Hotel ❑ Cottages ❑ Villas ❑ Flat ❑ Individual rooms How may people can the Harbor accommodate? ........................................................................................................................................ What are the activities provided in Hotel? ❑ Gymnasium ❑ Pool ❑ Club area ❑ Bar and restaurant ❑ Plaza Mention if any other:................................................................................................................ How many storage rooms are provided?.............................................................................. Is there any accommodation provided for staff within the campus? ❑ Yes ❑ No If Yes, how many staff can the Entertainment Centre accommodate?..................................... Does the traffic noise affect while working? ❑ Yes ❑ No Is sunlight received in workspace: ❑ Sufficient ❑ Very less(shadowed) ❑ Too much(glare)
  17. 17. 17 How many number of event held in last year?..................................................................... (for visitors) Name:....................................................................................................Age:................. ContactNo:.....................................................................................Gender:.................. Occupation:................................................................................................................... Nationality:.................................................................................................................... Type of user: ❑ Regular Visitor ❑ Tourist If regular visit how often do you visit the Harbor Port? ❑ Daily: ❑ Weekly ❑ Monthly If Tourist, how often do you visit Port? ❑ Once in a month ❑ More than one time in a month ...........................................................(how many visit) ❑ Once in a year ❑ More than one time in a year?............................................................. (how many visit) Which space in the Port you like the most: ❑ Shopping Area ❑ Food Court ❑ Amusement ❑ Theatre ❑ Art gallery Mention if any other:................................................................................................................ Is Harbour port User-Friendly? ❑ Yes ❑ No Is the Centre Barrier-Free? ❑ Yes
  18. 18. 18 ❑ No What spaces would you like to have in Harbor port? ❑ Indoor amusement area................................................................................................ ❑ Sports Facilities............................................................................................................ ❑ Food arena................................................................................................................... . ❑ Retail arena.................................................................................................................. ❑ Public spaces ............................................................................................................... ❑ Entertainment zone...................................................................................................... How often do you visit Port? ❑ Daily ❑ Weekly ❑ Monthly ❑ Rarely ❑ Never How often do you visit Market? ❑ Daily ❑ Weekly ❑ Monthly ❑ Rarely ❑ Never How often do you visit Gardens? ❑ Daily ❑ Weekly ❑ Monthly ❑ Rarely ❑ Never How often do you visit Play ground?
  19. 19. 19 ❑ Daily ❑ Weekly ❑ Monthly ❑ Rarely ❑ Never How often do you visit Cold storage? ❑ Daily ❑ Weekly ❑ Monthly ❑ Rarely ❑ Never How often do you visit Shipping yard? ❑ Daily ❑ Weekly ❑ Monthly ❑ Rarely ❑ Never How often do you go for Shopping? ❑ Daily ❑ Weekly ❑ Monthly ❑ Rarely ❑ Never Is circulation comfortable & well designed? ❑ Yes ❑ No
  20. 20. 20 8.0 CASE STUDY 8.1. MANDOVI FISHERMAN JETTY, GOA Figure 7: MANDOVI FISHERMAN JETTY,SITEPLAN The Mandovi Fisherman Jetty and Coorperatve can be located beside a dense cluster of busy trawlers on the Mandovi estury, under the Panjim-Porvorim bridge, Goa. Present Site Condition- What used to be a high functioning fishing jetty with 150 trawlers, a chaotic fish market and a family of supporting economies (net mending sheds and gear shops) scattered in this fishing village, is right now ‘fitting-out’ in its context of luxury resorts and offshore casinos dotted on and along the Mandovi. About the port- • Maximum size of vessel is 150m. • Channel depth is 4.9m whereas the anchorage depth is 15.5m
  21. 21. 21 • The cargo pier depths are about 4.9m. • Malim jetty is seen across the river mondavi, located very close to the Panjim, capital city of Goa . Facilitis on the port- 139m fisherman jetties, Auction sheds(2 nos) Workshops (2nos) Office for fisheries society Canteen facility HSD pump (2nos) Overhead reservoir for water supply Net mending shed Parking space for vehicle Toilet Illuminated facilities Ice plant/Cold storage Figure 8: plan of mondavi jetty Figure 9
  22. 22. 22 Figure 10: schematic section Tourism factor effect- This gradual encroachment has led to many fishermen shifting to the tourism sector to make up for the fall in income and inability to survive the competition and has caused many such social and economic issues. Right now the site has lost its rigor in functioning, with the western half of the site bought by Deltin Royale. Challenge- The challenge for the fishermen right now is to survive in this competition with the tourism sector. Figure 11: Site picture
  23. 23. 23 Opportunity- The project builds around the idea to restore this dynamic, energetic character and functioning of the Mandovi jetty, by adding layer of reinforcement, in the form of a series of dining decks run by the local fisherman and their families, as an extension to the same cooperative. This diversion would run parallel to the fishing activity on the jetty, with controlled overlap in the movement patterns of both these diverse functions, complementing the working of both. Larger aim- The building aims to set an example for the many marginalized fishing communities in Goa. Figure 12: site section of mandovi port
  24. 24. 24 9.0 THE METHODOLOGY – 9.1 METHODS OF RESEARCH – Secondary Data Analysis / Archival Study – All research will involve the collection of data. Much of this data will be collected directly through some form of interaction between the researcher and the people or organization concerned, using such methods as interviews, focus groups, surveys and participant observation. Such methods involve the collection of primary data, and herein lies the opportunity for the researcher to develop and demonstrate the greatest skill. However sometimes the researcher will use data which has already been collected for other purposes – in other words, he or she is going to an existing source rather than directly interacting with people.
  25. 25. 25 There are various reasons for using secondary data – • A particularly good collection of data already exists. • You are doing a historical study – that is, your study begins and ends at a particular point in time. • You are covering an extended period, and analysing development over that period – a longitudinal study. • The unit that you are studying may be difficult, or simply too large, to study directly. • You are doing a case study of a particular organization/industry/area, and it is important to look at the relevant documents. 9.2METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION – Questionnaires and surveys – The questionnaire is the main instrument for collecting data in survey research. Basically, it is a set of standardized questions, often called items, which follow a fixed scheme in order to collect individual data about one or more specific topics. Sometimes questionnaires are confused with interviews. In fact, the questionnaire involves a particular kind of interview—a formal contact, in which the conversation is governed by the wording and order of questions in the instrument. The questionnaire often is administered in a standardized fashion, that is, in the same way to all the respondents of the survey. Observations – Observation, as the name implies, is a way of collecting data through observing. Observation data collection method is classified as a participatory study, because the researcher has to immerse herself in the setting where her respondents are, while taking notes and/or recordings.
  26. 26. 26 Documents and records – Typically, research records refer to any type of records or materials that document your research effort. These can be electronic or hard copy as in various forms of logs, notebooks, correspondence, videos, computer databases, audio or digital records, or even the actual products of experiments. 9.3 METHODS OF DATA ANALYSIS – Qualitative Analysis – This approach mainly answers questions such as ‘why,’ ‘what’ or ‘how.’ Each of these questions is addressed via quantitative techniques such as questionnaires, attitude scaling, standard outcomes, and more. Such kind of analysis is usually in the form of texts and narratives, which might also include audio and video representations. Quantitative Analysis – Generally, this analysis is measured in terms of numbers. The data here present themselves in terms of measurement scales and extend themselves for more statistical manipulation. Statistical analysis – Statistics involves data collection, interpretation, and validation. Statistical analysis is the technique of performing several statistical operations to quantify the data and apply statistical analysis. Quantitative data involves descriptive data like surveys and observational data. It is also called a descriptive analysis. It includes various tools to perform statistical data analysis such as SAS (Statistical Analysis System), SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences), Stat soft, and more.
  27. 27. 27 10.0 SCOPE AND LIMITATION – 10.1 SCOPE – 1. Harbor ports are given a safe environment in which to grow, given somewhere to sleep, regular food and residenting, and tourist visit often. Most important though, is that peoples at harbor given a stable lifestyle that they would not find at home with hygein. To create an inter relation between external and internal spaces. 2. To explore the potential by creating good landscaped area and site planning. 3. To create such transitional spaces, open area and semi-open area which forms an equally important of the planning. 10.2 LIMITATION - • This centre is limited to the cultural activities of Costal area. • Costal zone regulations restricts further land reclamation possibilities. • Financial restrictions need to be considered. • Live case study for proper Harbour facilities unavailable in India. • Access – There are access to harbor for fishing and docking of ships. Ports are connected to all kind of platform to know about them to others. • Quality – some of the harbors are under government so they are not able to give them all kind of facilities. • Funding & staffing–
  28. 28. 28 Funding is the main part of the port to work on their program n to care hygein. So they conduct different different programs/ tourism to raise funds. Staff are also main part of the port to work there with their happiness. 11.0 RECOMMENDATIONS 1. LOCATION: Site should be located within the city or near the city. 2. CONNECTIVITY Harbour should be well connected to all parts of the city and should be located near public transportation. 3. ACCESSIBILITY Pedestrian access, vehicular access and service entry should be kept separately. Pedestrian movement should not be disturbed by vehicular and service movement within the centre. 4. SURROUNDINGS It should be located within commercial and residential development. 5. SITE AREA • Site area should not be excess or too less in comparison with built requirements. • Number of visitors should be kept in mind while deciding the size of the project. 6. AREAS OR SPACES REQUIRED • Major part of Harbour will comprise of Activities and Shopping area with Food Zone . • Requirements of circulation area, parking and open spaces should be kept in mind while designing the program. 7. PARKING Depending on the locality and the footfall, ample of parking provisions should be made.
  29. 29. 29 8. ENTRANCE Centre should have a defined and well designed entrance to attract the visitors with proper provisions for security check, drop-off and pick-up points. 9. CIRCULATION • Different group of activities should be separately located by creating public interacting and gathering place in between. • Vehicular and pedestrian movement should be kept separately. • Staircases, lifts and escalators should be on appropriate locations. • Passages should be wide enough and properly ventilated for required no of visitors. • All spaces should be well connected to each other. 10. MATERIALS Building materials suitable to local climate should be used depending on the availability and cost of it. 11. AMBIENCE Refreshing and enjoyable ambience should be designed so that one should feel to visit the place again. 12. OPEN SPACES Open space is the basic need of any public space to make it a success. 13. PUBLIC ATTRACTION Entertainment Centre should have an attracting and unique elements which becomes its identity 14. SERVICES • Properly maintained and required services should be provided to satisfy the need of visitors. • Building should be well equipped with all kinds of emergencies. • The design process and its result can be strengthened through an investigation and u understanding of essential ideas for the combination of retail and entertainment industry. • A new landmark can be created.
  30. 30. 30 • Requirements if shopping streets, retailed outlets, hotel, Entertainment park, themed • campus etc must be incorporated in the design. 12.0 BILIOGRAPHY http://www.konkanworld.com/details.aspx?nid=%20355 http://www.iomenvis.in?fishing/fish_production.php https://www.michigan.gov/dnr/0,4570,7-350-79119_79146_82449---,00.html http://environmentclearance.nic.in/writereaddata/FormB/TOR/PFR/19_Nov_2015_114630 820H4BAPN8WDPR.pdf https://mpeda.gov.in/MPEDA/harbor_facilities.php http://en.wikipedia.org?wiki?ferry wharf https://www.oppbob.org/pages/view/Veraval-Fishing-Harbour_New https://krishi.icar.gov.in/jspui/bitstream/123456789/30974/2/27_Quality%20and%20Safet y%20Requirements%20for%20Fishing%20Harbours.pdf http://www.seaindependent.com/yachts/309/berth-port-saint-laurent-du-var.html http://ascelibrary.org/doi/abs/10.1061/40555%282001%293 http://www.cabdrirect.org/cabdirect/abstract/20113082207 13.0CONCLUSION It is design to enhance the existing public space with lot of new elements that attract people along with Harbour facility that can accommodate approximately 400 medium size vessels. The design of each component is inspired from marine and
  31. 31. 31 Harbour related forms. Building with more functional importance are kept simple in rectangular forms. Harbour Port: 1. Strengthens community image and sense of place • It provide a place for citizens to gather for citywide festivals, as well as public and private events. • It hosts a variety of citywide events that bring our community together. 2. Strengthens Safety and Security • It can help increase safety and security in a community. • Provides supervised recreation activities at parks and recreation facilities, 3. Increases cultural unity • It Centre hosts a variety of events/programs designed to increase cultural unity. • Entertainment provide a synergetic environment full of retail, dining, and entertainment that offers a potential to draw millions to the city. • While basic design elements and themes need consideration, it is necessary to create a destination that reflects the city’s local heritage and culture. This offers the city a distinct destination that cannot be found in other cities, attracting suitable tenants while gaining community acceptance.

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