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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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Italian shipbuilding group Fincantieri’s has extended for a fourth time its offer to buy outstanding shares in Singapore-listed VARD Holdings Limited, which it is trying to privatise.  Full story >>

Hanjin Shipping was declared bankrupt by the Seoul Central District Court on Friday, ending a 40-year voyage that culminated with over USD5 billion of debt.  Full story >>

Donald Trump’s presidency should boost fee prospects within New York’s maritime services cluster, according to lawyers, bankers, owners, and other industry players interviewed by Fairplay.  Full story >>

Norwegian shipowner, Ocean Yield ASA, said on Thursday it reached a short-term agreement with Singapore’s Ezra Holdings Ltd for the charter of the Lewek Connector.  Full story >>

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Norwegian LPG shipping group Solvang ASA said on 17 February that it has signed a letter of intent with Hyundai Mipo Dockyard to build two 21,000 m3 ethylene carriers.  Full story >>

Japan’s NYK Line announced that it has been working with IHS Markit to use big data to enhance its analysis of dry bulk market conditions.  Full story >>

Finnish ferry company Viking Line's figures for last year showed a worrying decline year-on-year as nearly all key figures slipped below those of 2015.  Full story >>

Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) said on Thursday that it has acquired Hanjin Shipping's terminals in Kaohsiung and Tokyo.  Full story >>

Spanish dockers’ unions have called off their plans to stage three days of national strike action next week after the Spanish government postponed plans to publish a decree dismantling Spain’s current dock labour scheme tomorrow.  Full story >>

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