AIS Live Network Coverage
The first and ever expanding AIS network covering global ship movements

AISLive was the first global AIS (Automatic Identification System) network and continues to provide an online application with access to real time ship movements. Our growing network coverage extends from Europe to North America, the Caribbean, Mediterranean and Far East with details on over 2,500 ports. Included in the Plus module is our live global port callings data that includes satellite data.

Over the past year, our network coverage has grown by more than 15%. We have a dedicated team tasked with growing the network and the quality of service. We are adding more antenna stations all the time.

Interested in connecting your port or area to the global AISlive network? learn more >>

IHS Maritime: Latest Maritime News Stories

A plan to merge Farstad Shipping, Solstad Offshore, and Deep Sea Supply (DEESC), three OSV owners that are all listed in Oslo, to a new company with a fleet of about 150 vessels has moved ahead with the three companies’ boards signing the merger plan. Full story >>
The sale of BW Group’s 11 strong VLCC fleet to DHT Holdings in a cash and share deal unveiled on 23 March might work as a template for BW Pacific, the group's product tanker unit, should it wish to revive a plan to take it public. Full story >>
Singapore-listed Malaysian offshore support vessel owner and builder Nam Cheong said on 24 March that it can carry on as a going concern, despite uncertainties raised by its auditor. Full story >>

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