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Key Features

Sea-web - The ultimate maritime reference tool

The Sea-web interface is an easy-to-use service that provides a range of search capabilities, from simple look-ups through to complex database queries. It displays results in an extremely powerful grid facility which includes sort, group and find features, with the option to export data.

Sea-web combines comprehensive ships, owners, shipbuilders, fixtures, casualties, port state control, ISM and real-time ship movements data and ports information into a single application. Sea-web Ports, Sea-web Insight, and Sea-web Directory can be integrated with Sea-web Ships or available as stand alone solutions.

Key Features

  • Details of more than 180,000 ships over 100 gross tons
  • Up to 600 data fields
  • Extensive image library
  • Over 200,000 company records
  • 7 levels of company group and operational ownership
  • Shipbuilder information with comprehensive fleet listings
  • Powerful grid tool to analyse search results
  • Facility to export up to 2,500 records and 12 fields of data
  • Simple user defined data display
  • Direct links into the Fairplay news database
  • Direct link into the Equasis database
  • 24 hour access from any internet-enabled PC
  • Updated daily
  • Sea-web Mobile App free to subscribers

Additional Features and Services

  • Sea-web Ports
    Latest information on over 11,000 ports and terminals worldwide.
  • Sea-web Insight
    In-depth maritime analysis and daily breaking news service
  • Sea-web Directory
    Quickly access, analyse, and export up-to-date company and contact data
  • Sea-web Casualty
    Details of non-serious and serious casualties, as well as total losses
  • Ship Fixtures
    Details on vessels engaged in international charter markets
  • Credit Reports
    Accurate and timely company credit report information and analysis.
  • Distance Tables
    Access millions of routes for voyage estimation supplied by Veson Nautical
  • Autowatch
    Create WatchList of ships or companies and set up email update alerts

Please note subscribers need to purchase either Sea-web Ships, Sea-web Ports, Sea-web Insight or Sea-web Directory before certain additional modules can be added. View Sea-web product table for module option information >>

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Some German shipowners are getting huge debt write-offs, while others have not been so lucky.  Full story >>

Maersk Tankers has joined the list of big name investors in Boston-based CargoMetrics Inc, hoping to improve demand prediction through the use of shipping data analytics.  Full story >>

Iran intends to speed up development at its main container port at Bandar Abbas, as a leading shipping official announced that a third terminal concession would be tendered to international partners by the government.  Full story >>

Several ships were sold for demolition as scrap prices were sustained at more than USD400 per ldt for the first time in over a year.  Full story >>

Shipbroker Gibson expects tanker owners to start scrapping vessels in earnest as a number of factors have converged to strengthen the case for demolitions.  Full story >>

The shipping industry is progressing on a path to an uneven recovery, with the crude oil tanker sector is likely have to wait longer than other sectors for a cyclical upturn, according to ABN AMRO's Global Head of Transportation & Logistics, Joep Gorgels.  Full story >>

While car makers regularly call for tenders for shipping services in order to enjoy competitive rates, nine car carrier operators agreed, out of mutual respect, not to compete for shipping contracts in order to retain existing customers.  Full story >>

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