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Sea-web Ships

Detailed records on 200,000+ ships of 100 GT and above, updated nightly

The world’s largest maritime ships database, Sea-web Ships allows you to identify every propelled seagoing merchant ship of 100 GT and above, including ships on order and under construction, the current trading fleet, casualties, lost or broken up ships. Access critical information on shipowners, builders, movements, fixtures, casualty, ports and maritime companies. Search the database by ship name, LR/IMO number, class, flag, call sign and much more. Available as a standalone purchase, Sea-web ships includes access to the Ships, Companies and Builders modules.

Use Sea-web Ships to:

  • Identify trends, risks and new business opportunities
  • Evaluate chartering risks relating to tonnage
  • Size markets and assess competitors
  • Market products where ships are being built
  • Evaluate potential risk based on ownership, class, previous casualty and detention history

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  • 200,000+ ships of 100 GT and above
  • 240,000+ company records including owners, operators, manager and builders
  • 7 levels of group and operational ownership
  • Complete shipbuilder information with fleet listings
  • 116,000+ ship photos
  • Search by ship name, LR/IMO number, class, flag, call sign, port of registry, tonnage, dimensions, survey dates, cargo, capacities, status, construction, machinery and owner
  • View latest ship news and your recently viewed ships

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RT @SiminNgai: Shipping is profitable but risky, will remain core to #HSH despite ownership change -Christian Nieswandt, MD, HSH Nordbank #

Sep 20

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Sep 20

RT @SiminNgai: Commercial bankers say the days of long-term charters are over, cashflow management important going forward #marinemoneyweek

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