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Get expected arrivals to a specific port or country

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Expected Arrivals

Expected Arrivals service enables you to call for the list of all vessels due to arrive at a port or country of your interest within the period you define.

Example uses include

Use this service in applications that monitor port efficiency or to better plan port and logistics operations

Data Included in the Response

Simple Response Extended Response
Vessel AIS Identifier
(MMSI)
Position Data
(LAT
Navigation Data
(Heading/Course/Speed)
Voyage Information
(origin
Key Vessel Particulars
(flag

Simple Response (terrestrial-AIS): 5 Credits per record

Extended Response (terrestrial-AIS): 7 Credits per record

Frequently Αsked Questions

If your need is expected to be continuous then a subscription based charge is better. If you require data on an ad hoc basis, then an On Demand (Credits) subcription might be more cost-effective.
In order to provide a more cost effective solution
Yes
A detailed listing of all fields returned is available in the Data Services (API) Documentation
Detailed examples of call request and sample responses per format is available in the Data Services (API) Documentation.
The position data is updated every two minutes. Note that this does not necessarily mean that there will be a new position for each vessel every two minutes.
No
Yes! When you generate your first API key you will automatically receive 100 credits for testing (only once per user account).
You can see a detailed pricing of Credits by visiting our Buy Credits page.
You can purchase them online by visiting our Buy Credits
Sure! Credits purchased can be used in all credit based MarineTraffic services.
You can call the service as often as needed. You are only charged for the records returned.
Included in the response will be vessels for which we know the destination (approximately 80% of the total) and can estimate the arrival time (either using the MarineTraffic algorithms for ETA or the time provided by the Master).