How Many Ships Are In Datalastic Database?
Ships and Ports in Datalastic Vessel Database
Datalastic Vessel Database offers global coverage on tens of different vessel types. If you are looking for a complete and accurate ship’s database, we got you covered! So, before purchasing, you might be wondering “how many ships are in the Datalastic Vessel Database?” The answer is a total of staggering 750000 active vessels worldwide. That’s a whole database of three-quarters of a million vessels!
As the fastest growing maritime data provider, the complete ships and ports database we have created here at Datalastic focuses on every type of vessel and port, either large or small. This makes our database comprehensive, and an all-in-one source for vessel information for the convenience of our clients. The database comes in Excel format, the most favored format for developers, and clients of all sectors.
Our database comes with a total of 306 vessel type combinations. The ship types of the database include cargo ships, fishing ships, pleasure crafts, sailing vessels, tugs, tankers, passenger ships, SAR, and more.
We include characteristics, ownerships, specifications and much more, in the multiple columns of the database, making it possible to filter the data based on the exact parameter you require. We offer near to 100% coverage while continuously keeping the database up-to-date, making us one of the most sought-after data providers for the maritime sector.
Complete Vessel and Port Database for Businesses and Developers
Our Database is for everyone, and every business that is looking to work on worldwide ship data. Maritime companies, port administrations, vessel and port service agents, maritime insurers, brokerages, government bodies, P&I clubs, independent developers, and even maritime hobbyists will find great use in our database.
You can filter, implement, and build algorithms by using the information in the ship’s database and analyzing ships and ports based on multiple different factors. Below, we will take a further look at the density of each vessel type in the database.
So, how do the 750000 ships in the database divide in terms of vessel types?
- The most common type of vessel in the database is cargo ships at 28.5% of all vessels. These are ships of every size that are used for the transportation of goods, on any sort of water body.
- Cargo ships are followed by fishing ships (for commercial purposes) at 27.5%.
- Pleasure crafts are at 11.9%. These include boats used for travelling as a leisurely activity, powerboats, sailboats or man-powered vessels like paddle boats. It also includes fishing (for non-commercial purposes), and waterskiing boats.
- Sailing vessels consist of 9.7% of all ships while tugs, 4.7%.
- Tankers which are used in the transportation of liquids come at 3%.
- Passenger ships are one of the smallest groups, out of the most common vessel types, at 2.5% of all items in the database.
- Search and rescue vessels (SAR) are at 2%.
- The remaining miscellaneous vessel types are at 10.7%.
In this breakdown we answer the question of “How Many Ships Are in the Datalastic Vessel Database?” and explain, how the total number of ships in our database are distributed. If you would like to confirm the types of vessels you are looking for are available, or perhaps you are seeking a very unique type of vessel, feel free to get in touch with our team, anytime!
How Many Ports in the Datalastic Ports Database
Our database also includes 20000 active ports worldwide, and it presents details such as the latitude/longitude points of ports, port codes, names, country, and much more. Especially when combined with our real-time and historical Vessel Tracking APIs, Datalastic Complete Port Database offers great use in grouping ports, tracking port activity and analyzing traffic at the world’s busiest ports as well as small ones with less traffic.
The Importance of Ports Data
Some ports may have significant cargo transportation traffic, while another may be famous for being a favoured cruise ship stop or destination. Our data answers every requirement for being very extensive and comprehensive. The ports are listed in uniformity, meaning that each port has its uniquely assigned codes with the same types of information.
Port information is essential to analyze optimal routes for vessels, especially for cargo and passenger transportation ships. The optimal route from port A to port B may differ based on even the hazard level or the type of the cargo, or the purpose of the passenger ships (i.e., cruise ships or transportation). A correct analysis means the most cost and time-efficient operation which is absolutely crucial for businesses. Our professional team with a background in the sector understands exactly what a business or a developer may need in maritime data. Our perspective is completely client-oriented, and so is our data.
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