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Sea-web Mobile

Ship Overview mobile screen

About Sea-web Mobile App |

Free to subscribers of Sea-web, Sea-web Mobile is the ultimate take-anywhere ship reference tool designed for maritime professionals, providing 24 hour access from any data network enabled iPhone (see versions available) or iPad.

Access details of more than 100,000 ships of 100 GT and above, including newbuildings and recent casualties and demolitions. Search Sea-web's ship database, look up a ships details including LR/IMO number, registration, ownership information, vessel dimensions, tonnages, construction, ship builder information and extensive image library, with more than 50,000 ship photographs

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Blackberry users download
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Required device Software:
5.0.0 or higher

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Apple logoiPhone 3G or higher

Apple logoAll versions of iPad

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