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Sea-web Ports


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Comprehensive details of ports & terminals


The Ports data can now be purchased as either a standalone offering (Sea-web Ports) within the Sea-web interface or can be an integrated solution with Sea-web ships, Sea-web Insight or Sea-web Directory.

The Ports data provides comprehensive details of over 10,000 ports & terminals including a complete description of the port and all of the relevant facilities, pre-arrival and navigation details, berths and cargo, tanker berths, plans and mooring diagrams (over 4,000 in total), contact details of port service providers and agents (over 23,600 in total), port photographs, as well as local weather conditions.

Basic search options include port names, country location, UNLOCODE and port status. Enhanced search options include cargo facilities and port and offshore capacities, including range searches on deadweight, length overall, draught and beam. For the search results field display options can be selected and the facility to export 2,500 records and 12 fields of information is provided.

The data for each port is displayed within the Port Overview in a number of groups which can be fully tailored by the user and provides up to 200 fields of information.

This product not only provides users with access to extensive port information but it also provides a fully integrated solution for those users currently subscribing to either the Movements or Fixtures modules. Within the Port Overview not only will users be able to view ships currently in port and destined for and link back to the Ship Overview but also information on fixtures discharging and loading and then be able to link back to the Fixtures Overview or alternatively link to other ports. Similarly from the Ship Overview users can link to the Port Overview from the movements port callings table, as well as the fixtures table. In both instances the option to visualise the port location using Google Earth is provided.


Port Details

  • Port maps
  • Port details
  • Facilities
  • Port descriptions
  • Pre arrival Information
  • Navigation
  • Berths and cargo
  • Address details including authorities/operators

  • Images of port plans and photographs
  • Tanker berths
  • Fixtures discharging in port
  • Fixtures loading in port
  • Ships in port
  • Ships destined for port
  • Local weather
  • Port news

Security News, Distance Tables and Port Disbursements Modules


The following modules can be added to the subscription for an additional price:

  • Security module
    This module brings together the resources of IHS Maritime and IHS Janes, and updated every working day, providing you with up-to-date coverage of global events affecting the security of your ships such as piracy and security related issues.
  • Distance tables module
    This module provides online distance tables supplied by Veson Nautical, and offer a convenient tool to access millions of routes for voyage estimation and comparison. Routing can be edited to reflect seasonal constraints and user specific requirements. Optional functionality includes point to port and point to point distance and route retrieval.
  • Port disbursements module - Users have to subscribe to Sea-web Ports
    This module provides information supplied by G-Ports and the commodities covered include alumina, bauxite, cement, clinker, coal, grains, iron ore, petcoke, scrap, sugar and sulphur. The information includes relevant port restrictions and information such as length overall, maximum beam, maximum air draught, maximum deadweight and load/discharge rates.

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