Marine traffic

marine traffic

What is the marine traffic?

Are you still here? The Marine Traffic is a Live Radar system which allows users all around the world to track ships, freighter, cargo ships, tanker ships, human trafficker, liner, passenger ships, SAR (search and rescue helicopter), sports boats, yachts, vessels, cruiser ships and so on.

How many ships are there in MarineTraffic?

MarineTraffic Live Ships Map. Discover information and vessel positions for vessels around the world. Search the MarineTraffic ships database of more than 550000 active and decommissioned vessels. Search for popular ships globally.

What do the icons and colors on the marine traffic map mean?

All different ships or vessels on the marine traffic map have different icons and colors. Each icon and color has a different meaning. The arrow means that the ship is currently driving. The arrow also points to the direction the ship is going. The round point means that the vessel is currently not moving or has anchored.

How many ships are there in MarineTraffic?

MarineTraffic Live Ships Map. Discover information and vessel positions for vessels around the world. Search the MarineTraffic ships database of more than 550000 active and decommissioned vessels. Search for popular ships globally.

What is MarineTraffic Live Map?

More The Live Map is the key feature of MarineTraffic. View the real-time positions of all vessels and move around the globe with ease and efficiency to track them down. Use the established MarineTraffic icon-set to find information in no time. More Use the Live Map Toolbar to further personalise the information on your screen.

How do I use MarineTraffic?

Visit the MarineTraffic advanced search pages and get personalised lists about the assets (vessels, ports, lights, photos etc) that interest you the most. Use the available options and filters to define your search criteria and narrow down the search results. More Create your own Fleets to closely monitor your vessels of choice.

What do the vessel icons on the MAP Mean?

The vessel icons also represent the status (moving/stopped) of the corresponding ships. Also, the direction that each (moving) vessels icon is pointing to, indicates the subject vessels actual course.

What do the colours of the vessels on the live map mean?

The colour of each vessel icon notates the subject vessels type. You may use the Live Map Toolbar Filters to choose which types of ships you prefer to be displayed on the Live Map (the Filters section may also serve as an easily accessible reminder, in case you have not gotten accustomed to the icons colours yet).

What do the colors of the roads mean on the map?

Yellow roads are ones which are not accurately mapped but somehow get calculated on the route. Otherwise the colors go by the status of the road, shouldnt take long to figure out. Re: Navigation Maps - What are all the colors and symbols? onesiks2 wrote: Green is no traffic yellow is med and red is high traffic. I think or it seems that way to me.

What do the colors on a boat chart mean?

Here’s what each color means on nautical charts: White. White means that the area is deeper water that you can typically navigate your boat through on normal tide levels. Blue. Areas in blue mean that on a normal low tide, there will probably be water in the area, but it’ll most likely be less than a foot.

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