Vessel finder

vessel finder

Where can I find vessel information and vessel positions?

Discover information and vessel positions for vessels around the world. Search the MarineTraffic ships database of more than 550000 active and decommissioned vessels. Search for popular ships globally.

Where is the vessel Como now?

The vessel is en route to the port of Singapore, and expected to arrive there on Nov 9, 07:30 . The vessel COMO (IMO: 9532329, MMSI 563092000) is a Oil Products Tanker built in 2010 (10 years old) and currently sailing under the flag of Singapore .

Why do you need a vessel finder?

Apart from the wide variety of information that can be accessed on it, it is also user-friendly. In just a click, essential information that you need can come as quick and as convenient as possible. If we’re looking at vessel finder in the most basic level, it is regularly used by the ship spotters, hobbyist, and of course, crew members’ families.

What are the limitations of vessel finder?

Specifically, at vessel finder, you won’t be able to find information concerning weather conditions like winds overlay. Some of its limitations are that VesselFinder service has fewer AIS receivers and do not cover the southern Adriatic area.

How do I find information about a ship?

All the available information and related material regarding any ship is accessible through the MarineTraffic Vessel Details Page. by clicking on the Vessel Details button on the Vessels Info window. by typing the vessel’s name or MMSI/IMO in the Search bar on the top right corner of the screen.

Where can I find information about the vessels status and position?

Information about the vessels current status and position (as received by our network of AIS-receiving stations) is available at the Latest Position section together with: information regarding the weather and wind conditions on the area the vessel is at

How do I search for a vessel in MarineTraffic?

You can use either the Search bar of the Live Map or the Explore tool to search for the records of interest. Our search tools allow you to see a list of assets in the MarineTraffic database that correspond to your search terms so you can find the MarineTraffic record of the vessel you are looking for.

How do I view the available port Cals of a vessel?

You can click on the View Full List tab and you will be directed to the Port Calls page of our Explore tool, where you can find all the available Port Cals of the vessel of interest during the desired timestamp. You may also access all the Vessel Photos uploaded in the MarineTraffic Photo Directory or even upload your own photos of the vessel

What is a vessel finder?

To further give you an idea, vessel finder can track various types of vessels namely cargo crafts, tankers, passenger and cruise vessels, sailing crafts and yachts, high-speed crafts, fishing vessels, and military ships. It also displays those other vessel types / auxiliary aids and even notes those unknown vessels.

Where can I find information about a ship?

It also includes port and area geographic information, vessel photos and other information. Vessels current positions and/or tracks are displayed on a map, using the Google’s map API. Position history, vessels details, port conditions and statistics are searchable through our web pages. How to upload a ship photo?

What are the limitations of vessel finder?

Specifically, at vessel finder, you won’t be able to find information concerning weather conditions like winds overlay. Some of its limitations are that VesselFinder service has fewer AIS receivers and do not cover the southern Adriatic area.

Can I Share my AIS data with vesselfinder?

If your area is not covered, you could share your AIS data with AisHub so we can display it on VesselFinder. Another good way to help is to upload photos. Other people visiting the website will enjoy the beauty of the vessels. How to embed the map in my website?

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