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Maritime Portal

The Only Source You Need for Maritime and Ship Tracking Intelligence

The Maritime Portal combines two of our flagship products in one online solution: Sea-web offers 600+ data fields on 200,000+ ships of 100 GT and above, while AISLive provides terrestrial and satellite ship movement intelligence. Use Sea-web to find information on ships, owners, shipbuilders, ship movements, fixtures, casualties, ports, companies, as well as maritime news and analysis. Use AISLive to track real-time ship movements. This award-winning service displays the position of 130,000+ AIS-equipped ships within areas of shore-based coverage – updated every three minutes, 24/7. Combined, these two products deliver a powerful information advantage in a volatile industry.

With the Maritime Portal, you can:

  • Protect your assets: Automatically monitor any ship slowing down or anchoring in your custom zones or ports
  • Identify new business: Receive notice when a ship has changed its AIS status to moored or aground
  • Improve operational efficiencies: Use one tool to learn critical details about ships coming into your port and to receive alerts when a ship changes its destination or estimated arrival
  • Target your marketing activities: Leverage real-time notifications of ship registration or ownership changes to ensure your internal databases are accurate
  • Make contextualized decisions: Get a holistic picture of the world fleet, the companies that manage them, the ports they call at, their movements and trading history

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Maritime Portal Capabilities

  • Access: Tap into the world’s largest maritime databases – integrated with live ship positions
  • Search: Find data on 200,000+ ships, 240,000+ companies and 15,500+ ports and terminals
  • Visualize: See live ship positions, port traffic, weather conditions and 5-day forecasts using multiple map layers with dynamic ship tracking
  • Magnify: Gain a highly granular view of specific areas with numerous filters
  • Benchmark: Compare fleet performance, operations and competitor activities
  • Navigate: Move seamlessly within the portal to find information on ships, movements, companies and ports and to access forecasting tools and maritime insight
  • Export: Download data and run reports for use in identifying new business, mitigating risk, sizing markets, detecting patterns and analyzing competitors
  • Verify: Confirm a ship’s identity/details, which companies own, manage and operate them, including up to seven levels of ownership
  • Assess: Use current and historic ship and ownership intelligence, including port state control and casualty data, for operational use, risk analysis and domain awareness
  • Receive: Get email alerts on changes to a ship’s itinerary for operational planning and to conduct risk analysis for ships entering an area of interest as well as alerts regarding changes in ship data or ownership

Use Sea-web to create your own fleet list, then import it into AISLive to track real-time sailing activity. Click to enlarge image.

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Ships, owners and builders
WatchList Alerts
Insight – Maritime industry analysis++
Directory – Maritime company database++
Security – Port security and risk information++
Casualties – Ship casualty incidents data++
Fixtures – Dry and wet charter markets++
Satellite AIS data++
Terrestrial AIS data
Historic ship track: 2005 to date++
Historic ship track: last 60 days

Industry Success Stories


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May 09

Outlook for carriers seen worsening on overcapacity, debt

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May 09

Operators are the greatest danger to container market

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