Subscribe to create your own fleet and get e-mail and SMS alerts for vessel arrivals, departures and other events. Enter your own Points of Interest to be displayed on the map. Manage your Photographs. Also: Get SMS alerts directly into your mobile phone! Configure your alerts accordingly and make sure you have entered your mobile phone number in your profile
and that you have sufficient SMS credits
in your account.
MarineTraffic application is available for iPhone and iPad devices. Get it now with increased functionality. Browse the live map, see the wind forecast, search for vessels and ports, manage your fleet and see what's near you! Open the App Store and search for 'marinetraffic' or just follow the link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/marinetraffic/id563910324
MarineTraffic application is available for Android devices. Open the Android Market on your mobile device and search for 'marinetraffic'. Alternatively, open the current page in the web browser of your mobile device and click on the following link: market://search?q=pname:com.marinetraffic.android
Are you sailing out of the range of MarineTraffic AIS receivers? Your vessel does not have an AIS transponder? Use your smart phone on board to report the positions of the vessel to MarineTraffic.
Embed the MarineTraffic Map with full functionality into your own web pages.
Very efficient view of the real-time vessels positions on Google Earth.
Worldwide directory of Lighthouses and Aids to Navigation. Search, edit and add new Lights and AtoNs in the Lighthouse Directory
, add photos in the Lights Gallery
and browse the Lighthouses on the Live Map
Statistics on coverage and propagation of AIS receiving stations. Register your own AIS station.
Send and Receive AIS data based on raw NMEA sentences or standardized JSON/XML structures. If you are a contributor of AIS data to MarineTraffic we can share with you the data from areas of your choice on a mutual exchange basis. Contact us for details.
We keep archived data for some years. If you need a past snapshot of tracking data for a vessel, a port or an area, just let us know about your requirements by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public discussion on the MarineTraffic.com project. Topics include vessels monitoring based on the Automatic Identification System (AIS), collecting, decoding and sharing AIS data, radio-equipment etc.