Maritime Ports Data API
View data about all ports in the world with maritime port data API. Get data about ships and vessel traffic in the ports.
Maritime Port Data API Features:
Global Ports Coverage
Find all ports in the desired region and get port location, code, name, country, etc.
Fast and Secure Data
Datalastic Data servers are hosted in our secure data center in Germany.
21000 Ports in Our Database
One of the biggest maritime ports databases globally in the world.
High Data Accuracy
We use a verified process to constantly update ports and ships data.
Locate Your Maritime Port
No need to know the port’s code. Search by the city name, or area.
Ports Data API Response Example
What is Maritime Ports Data API?
Get information about port’s location in longitude and latitude, port code, country, port type, area location, port name and more.
View vessel traffic in your selected port and see real time ships moving around your selected area with Marine Location Traffic Data API.
How to Use Ports Data API?
Choose filter parameters for the maritime port data to drill down and focus on the ports information that you need.
Search ports by name. Find all ports that match the city name.
Find ports by location. Define longitude and latitude and a radius around that point to see all the ports in your defined zone
Find ports by type or country. Get data about your port filtering your results based on the country and the port type.
Set your port and define radius around it to see all vessel traffic coming to your port in the real time with Marine Location Traffic API endpoint.
Database Requests Usage in Port Data API
One request to find your port is equal to 1 point from your total monthly package of requests based on your chosen subscription.
It does not matter how many ports you can get based on your API call to the Port Finder API.
One query is equal to one request subtraction from your total monthly database calls package
Port Data API Overuse Protection
All Datalastic plans and endpoints contain database Overuse Protection for our users. Each user gets a request package or a total number of requests to the database that you can do during your billing month.
Often by human mistake or some other bug in the query, you may call the MMSI number of the ship that does not exist. There might be some other issue why maritime data is missing.
If you call our API and no data is avaliable either because of the mistake in the query or some other reason, we do not deduct any points from your request package.
With that you pay only for the real data that you see.
You are free to cancel your maritime API subscription any time you wish in case you don’t like the AIS data by Datalastic.