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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Free port distance tables

If anyone can recommend a good free website for marine (port) distance tables then please drop me a line.

A number of the free ones have gone awol. So need to add a new link or tow to my Voyage Estimator Website. (One still works)

If I cant find new links I will build my own - lol



  1. Good day,

    This is one site which I mostly refer to hope this can be of some assistance.


  2. Good day VS

    This one is worth a try


  3. The ones we're currently using onboard is the BP Distance table (also called BP Port-to-Port Table)

  4. This one is not too bad, though the distance feature did not calculate this morning when I tried... http://www.portworld.com/map/

  5. Hello, dear,
    I happened to find a good marine software few months ago.
    “Good” is not enough to describe about this site,,, just amazing..
    U can check port distance and route on a map, SECA & pirate area etc, and there're many other useful things.
    For you guys, left this site link. http://netpas.net/register.php