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Sea-web™ Movements

Current and ten-year historical movements of ships across the world’s key maritime trade routes

Access terrestrial coverage of ship movements and port callings along the world's critical maritime trade routes. Sea-web Movements allows you to view a ship’s current position or its last reported position, as well as the fleet position of a particular owner, manager or operator. You can track a ship’s historic movements and port callings as recorded on AISLive. Available as an add-on module to your Sea-web subscription, Sea-web Movements contains details of millions of recorded ship movements recorded by the AISLive network of receivers.

Use Sea-web Movements to:

  • Monitor assets
  • Mitigate risk

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Sea-web Movements Module

Coverage
  • Ten years of uninterrupted terrestrial coverage of ship positions and port callings along the world's critical maritime trade routes
  • Individual records with port of call, country, arrival date and sailing date
Features
  • Search by ship name, LR/IMO number, movement type, class, type, country/port of call, sail/arrival dates, machinery, flag, ownership, tonnage
  • View a ship’s current or last reported position
  • See owner's, manager's or operator's fleet position
  • View historic movements and port callings
  • Plot a ship’s most recent port callings on the map
  • View port callings and trading zone percentages

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