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Sea-web Casualty

Meticulous records for 121,000 non-serious and serious ship casualties, updated hourly

Available as an add-on module to a Sea-web Ships subscription, Sea-web Casualty enables you to view a vessel’s casualty history. Use multiple criteria to search 121,000+ non-serious and serious casualties, as well as total losses and demolitions. Find information on the incident itself, date, location, casualty group, severity and number of crew killed or missing.

Use Sea-web Casualty to:

  • Ensure you are chartering a safe ship
  • Profile ship security risks in your domain
  • Inform lending, insurance and investment decisions
  • Offer disposal services to ship casualties

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Search 121,000 non-serious and serious casualties – as well as total losses and demolitions – to view a vessel’s casualty history or to learn details about a specific casualty incident

Casualty Details

  • Ship name at time of incident
  • Incident date and casualty type
  • LR/IMO ship number
  • Incident numbers
  • Ship details
  • Incident details
  • Voyage details
  • Event details
  • Other ships Involved
  • Casualty location
  • Disposal details
  • Search by LR/IMO Ship number, incident number, ship name, current name, range search for casualty date/number killed/number missing/date of build/DWT/GT, total loss or disposal, flag, class, ship type, conditions and actions
  • View latest casualties by listing and on map as well as your recently viewed casualties

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