Your Window into Delaware River Port Activity
Delaware River Ship Movements
Steamship agents/operators, tug, barge, and launch operators, terminal operators, ship supply and repair firms, and a host of other maritime-related businesses in the Delaware Valley area depend on the ship reporting service provided by the Exchange through Maritime On-Line (MOL). Since its inception, the Maritime Exchange has been steadfast in providing timely, accurate, and reliable ship reporting services.
From our locations in Cape Henlopen, Delaware, and Philadelphia, the operation is maintained on a 24-hour schedule throughout the year. The Exchange logs all commercial cargo ships that transit the Delaware River, whether entering at the Delaware Bay or through the C&D Canal.
Vessel and Port Activities
The system includes historical vessel movement information, current port activity, and estimated and future schedules. Tide and weather conditions, vessel particulars, and other pertinent information necessary for the optimum use of the port facilities are also available via Ship Reporting. Data are continually updated and immediately available to subscribers.
For each individual port call, MOL captures the history of each vessel's ports of call, arrival and departure times, registry, type of vessel, type of cargo, and local steamship agent. Also available from the Exchange are the physical dimensions of the ship, the names of shipowners and managers, and other pertinent information.
The system provides a variety of pre-formatted reports available to subscribers with a single-mouse click as well as the ability for users to create custome reports on demand.
Ship Reporting Features
- Detailed tracking of vessels transiting the Delaware River
- Vessel Particulars - comprehensive database of vessel specifications
- Reports including - Vessels Due to Arrive, In Port and Sailed, Traffic, Daily Vessel Movement Schedules, Statistics, Discharged and Loaded Cargo
- Custom Report Writer - create reports based on specific criteria
- Secure, robust, and easily navigable Web interface
This project was financed (in part) by a grant from the Commonwealth of PA, Department of Community and Economic Development