Find the real-time AIS positions of vessels with more than 700 satellites and terrestrial senders.
Find out where vessels have been in the past. View voyage histories as tracks in the map or in a table.
Create routes from any vessel's AIS position to any port. Find the shortest route, ETA and days at sea.
Get push notifications on your mobile when vessels arrive or depart from ports.
Share your position from mobile and find vessels nearby you, within a 10km radius.
Access weather information such as wind, waves, ocean currents, sea ice and precipitations.
All vessels shown have Class A senders, valid IMO and valid MMSI numbers.
Search by name, IMO and MMSI to find the vessels you are interested in. Create lists of vessels that you want to follow in the map and turn on notifications to get notified when vessels arrive or depart from ports.
On the vessel cards you will find information such as:
Select and combine different map layers such as:
Switch between satellite mode, light mode or dark mode as map styles and between mercator and 3D globe projections.
Search for a specific port, by name or UNECE code. Find the ports relevant for your segment; dry cargo ports, tanker ports etc., or only bunker ports.
Click on a port to get real-time updated information on vessels in a port, at anchorage and recent departures.
Find daily updated marine whether and info on tides, updated bunker prices, grades and availability, for all ports.
Create an unlimited number of port lists and add the lists as layers on your map.
We are dedicated to developing ShipAtlas based on user feedback, so your feedback is highly welcomed.
We invest in having active and happy users, and we want to make it easy to reach us. So we are here to answer your questions, listen to your feedback and support you almost 24/7.
If you have ideas or wishes, want to propose improvements, or find bugs, please send us a chat so we can discuss.