FleetMon Map
API Suite

Vessels in Port

Get positional information for vessels in port for the specified LOCODE in XML or JSON format.

About the API

If the worldwide shipping routes are the lifeblood of the global shipping industry, the ports are the beating heart of it. Buzzing with traffic of ships entering and leaving, ports are at the center of diversified delivery chains.

The function of the Vessels in Port API is to instantly list alls vessels detected in the port for the specified LOCODE in XML or JSON format. You can monitor any ship in the port, identify container ships and other cargos, cruise ships, tug boats, etc. See detailed information on all vessels that are currently in a port anywhere in the world, including ship identifiers (name, flag state, IMO and MMSI), their position, whether they enter or leave the port and where they are heading.

The knowledge what vessels and how many are in a port at any given time is vital advantage for the success of your business. Benefit from this professional API to monitor any port of your interest of our almost 5,000 ports worldwide in our FleetMon port database. Find out whether the port operates at full capacity or not, identify peak and off-peak times and schedule your vessels accordingly.

Check out our documentation to see the details of a request, and a sample response to see what you get with this API.

Please do not hesitate to contact our sales team for this API service. We would be happy to talk to you and discuss your specific needs and requirements!

Want to know how it works in detail ?

Wether you want to know how to perform a request or what attributes you can look for, we have a more detailed page for you to read.

API Reference

Didn’t find the API Service you need?
You need an individual API for your project? Let’s talk about it!

Pricing

The price depends on the account you have and how much you want to request.

FleetMon Logo

Need a FleetMon account? Sign Up now.

Your browser is out of date!

It is great that you want to track the seven seas! Unfortunatly your browser is out of date. To view our website correctly you need an up to date browser. It is a security risk for you to use an old browser by the way. Update your Browser now

×