Vessel Engines Data API
Unlock ship secrets with the Vessel Engines Data.
Access data about vessel engine details name, IMO, vessel types, Maximum Continuous Operation and Output, all in one API response!
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Obtain the the general information about for vessels, IMO, type, DWT, year of built and more in API format
View engines types for vessels, builder, designer, depth, populasion code type in an API format
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Vessel Eninges Data Information
The table explain the data available on vessel engine data, including the engine builder’s name, the type of vessel it’s fitted on, maximum continuous output (MCO), and additional specifications.
|Imo||International Maritime Organization number for the vessel|
|Vessel Name||Name of the vessel|
|Vessel Type Code||Type of the vessel, e.g., Bulk, Container, etc.|
|Propulsion Type Code||Type of propulsion system used in the vessel, indicated by a code|
|MCO||Maximum Continuous Output of the vessel's main engine in kilowatts|
|MCO Unit||The unit of measure for the Maximum Continuous Output, e.g., kW for kilowatts|
|MCO RPM||The revolutions per minute at which the vessel's engine operates at MCO|
|Trading Category Code||Code indicating the trading category of the vessel, e.g., 'Live' for active service|
|Built Year||The year the vessel was built|
|GT||Gross Tonnage of the vessel|
|Engine Designation||Specific model or designation of the vessel's main engine|
|Engine Builder||Name of the company that built the engine for the vessel|
|Engine Designer||Name of the company that designed the engine for the vessel|
|Modified At||Timestamp indicating when the data was last modified|
Find information about vessel engine details such as vessel type, engine designation, builder and designer.
Example Vessel Engine API Request:
api-key – Your API Key sent to you via email upon your successful registration
imo– IMO vessel number
name– Vessel name
fuzzy– allows you to broaden name parameter search. Fuzzy=0 means you are searching for an exact match of the name parameter. If you set up fuzzy=1 Datalastic API will search for a similar name parameter value, for example, “Eric” and “Erica” will appear for “Erica” search
Here is an API request example using name and fuzzy as parameters for Vessel Engine:
Vessel Engines Data API Response Example
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About Vessel Engines Data
Datalastic Vessel Engines data is your prime resource for detailed information on maritime engines, delivered through our API subscription service.
With weekly updates, we provide extensive data covering engine types, models, power output, and fuel types, alongside critical maintenance schedules, performance statistics, and historical engine data.
Our database associates each vessel engine’s data with the respective vessel’s International Maritime Organization (IMO) number, name, and vessel type, ensuring an overview of the engine’s performance and the vessel’s operational capabilities and standards.
Different Vessel Types In One Database
Our database have 21,450 records that provide key details on the engines powering a wide array of vessels.
This includes the vessel engine builder, model, and performance specs across a diverse fleet—from workhorse cargo ships and dedicated fishing vessels to the high-end engines found in luxury yachts.
You can easily tap into this valuable resource. Choose to integrate with our API for real-time access or download the data in a CSV file for analysis at your convenience.