Guide to Port Entry Products
Findaport is a fully searchable, online database of ports around the world. The digital version of Guide to Port Entry displays port plans and layouts, images and detailed information on facilities at port including Actual Conditions Experienced (ACE) Reports from Seafarers. Findaport is updated daily with data sourced from industry authorities and verified by our in-house team of experts. Available as an online subscription or CD resource. To find out more or to experience a trial, visit Findaport.
Findaport API enables the port information within the database to be integrated into a company’s own systems. A specific country or the full global port data can be incorporated into a variety of software including voyage estimators, management information systems, GIS display, chart management and back-of-bridge systems, providing data accuracy in context. To find out more about the API opportunities available, complete our contact. A member of the team will review your enquiry and be touch. Click here to complete the form
Guide to Port Entry
Guide to Port Entry is the most accurate and comprehensive directory of port information on the market. It contains full details on nearly 15, 000 ports around the world and includes information on pre-arrival, port limits, port plans and documentation in addition to pilot areas and environmental information. Guide to Port Entry is updated bi-annually and is available to purchase on BookHarbour.
The Ships Atlas
The Ships Atlas contains over 200 full colour maps, including themed global maps on relevant maritime subjects, a comprehensive port and terminal index, detailing UNLOCODEs, port coordinates and more. For further information about The Ships Atlas or to purchase visit BookHarbour.
Feature maps and atlases are useful reference tools that focus on specific maritime subjects such as emissions regulations, MARPOL 73/78 and international load line zones. The maps can be customised for corporate requirements. A full list of the feature maps available can be viewed on BookHarbour.