the name of my data bank...
... with over 83,000 names from more than 41,000 seagoing merchant ships worldwide over 1,000 GT launched since 1983 and the majority of all liners or ferries and VLCCs still going.
is more than a pure ship-data bank...
... as besides data you can also access and show more than 40,000 photos from the
Furthermore numerous links to more information will be generated or are stored
generates automatically links to „classic“ internet sites...
... Fakta om Fartyg by Micke Asklander (liners and ferries),
... Containership-Info by Jan Svendsen & Jan Tiedemann
... The ferry-site by Michael Koefoed-Hansen
To some extent
there are links to sites like in...
... Schweizer Hochseeschiffahrt by Peter Bichsel / Markus Berger / Daniel Trösch > Link list
... Brazilian Merchant Ships by Marcelo Lopes and Josè da Silva > Link list
... Auke Visser's International Super Tankers > Link list
... cargo-vessels-international by Steffen Wiedner > Link list
... Kreuzfahrtberater.de for travel by cruiseships > Link list
... Wikipedia.org > Link list
There are also
links to webcams on seagoing vessels > Link
and to Ship-Data Sheets by Hans H. Meyer > Link list
also contains more than 3,400 links to Ships-and-funnels by Dieter Kannengieser (IMO-no list - status 05.04.2016) > Link list sort by Name
Of course you can
also start searching for ship names and IMO number from here using Google.
You can search photos at Shipspotting.com directly
Unless further links exist (eg
Scheepvaartwest.be, Visualships.com etc.), these are also displayed in the data sheet ->
Interactive shipspotting with Microsoft Bing Maps -> more > Link list
The Marine News Photo-Finder is a directory of the ship photos, that were published in the monthly journal of the World-Ship-Society (WSS), whose data are including in . By photofinder this 9,203 photo-sites are (as at 21.07.2017) automatically linked and displayed. From these photos are more than 2,500 photos are digitized and displayed along with the Vessel or in lists.
is also available as a data server...
... so these ship data may be transferred into your own applications (Htm sites, data table etc.) saving you the trouble of typing them in... more >