Download Maritime Database
Download your maritime database in CSV format. Get one-off data about vessels and ports and more. Here are the examples of the data you can download or subscribe to have weekly CSV files updates:
- Full Vessel Database CSV
- Full Ports Databse CSV
- Ship Engine Database CSV
- Vessel Ownership Data CSV
- Maritime Companies Data CSV
- Ship Inspection and Detention Data CSV
We can also provide these databases as an ongoing weekly update CSV subscription or as an API.
Full Ships Database
- Download global database with static vessel data such as MMSI, IMO, Vessel name, carriage capacity, and more. See the data example by clicking below.
Full Ports Database
- Download full maritime ports database in csv file and recieve port names, port codes, port types, and more. Click below to see the example.
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Vessels Ownership Database
- Download a full database of ownership data such as IMO number, Vessel name, Vessel type, DwT, GT, Flag name, Build-year, Beneficial owner, Commercial operator, Technical manager, Ship builder, Engine builder and much more.
Vessels Inspection and Detention
- Download our database of Inspection and Detention and get data as IMO number, Vessel name, Vessel typecode, Inspection date, Inspection authority, Flag code, Inspection port, Inspection type, Detention, Ship_deficiencies and more.
- Download full database that contains diffrent data about maritime companies. Get data like Name, Company type, Country code, Company IMO, Company status, Email, Phone, Address, Parent companyIMO, Parent company name, Date modified and much more.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does Datalastic gather maritime data?
All sailors equip their marine vessels with devices to send AIS (Automatic Identification System) data. Then the data travels to AIS stations by either Terrestrial or Satellite AIS receivers. Marine data is transmitting the signals in NMEA code format. Then the data processing partners decode the data from AIS stations. At the end of this process, Datalastic then stores the maritime information from AIS stations in our databases using the ETL data process (Extract Transform Load) data handling process.
What is the difference between dynamic and static maritime database?
Static maritime data is the data which does not change very often. For example, it can be a port location or port name. These values rarely change and do not require constant updates and attention. Datalastic checks this data on a regular basis and updates the parameters.
Dynamic data, though, can be, for example, vessel speed and location. This type of information changes every minute or even every second. Therefore it must be updated very frequently. So, For this purpose and this type of data you can use API web services.