Vessel and Container Ship Tracking (MSC, Maersk, COSCO)
VesselFinder (vessel tracking website) provides possibility to track and trace the current position of any vessel for free. The current position of all tracked ships including MSC, Maersk and COSCO container tracking is derived from real time AIS data and allows you to find any ship including container vessels sailing arround the world.
VesselFinder is a free service and registration is not mandatory. VesselFinder provides searching by Vessel Name, IMO number, MMSI. The website is continuously expanding the coverage, the database of the vessels and ports.
MSC is global shipping company founded in 1970 being one of the world’s leading container shipping lines, MSC Tracking operates in over 480 offices across, more than 155 countries around the world. With access to big network of road, rail and sea transport resources which stretches across the globe, the company prides itself on delivering global service. MSC tracking system allows you to track MSC Container cargo by entering the Bill of Lading or Tracking Number (or Booking Reference Number). The MSC track and trace system provides details about searched container cargo location instantly. MSC has an established fleet of 480 container vessels with capacity of over 2.6 million TEU. MSC sailing schedules cover 200 routes with 315 container ports, allowing us to deliver your cargo almost anywhere in the world.
Maersk tracking system allows you to track your Maersk Container cargo by entering the Bill of Lading or Tracking Number (or Booking Reference Number). The Maersk track and trace system provides details about searched container cargo location instantly. Maersk Line is the containerized division of the A.P. Moller – Maersk Group. The company delivers the highest level of ocean transportation services. The first Maersk Line vessel was launched in 1904 and now Maersk is recognized as the most reliable container shipping company.
COSCO tracking system allows you to track your COSCON Container cargo by entering the Bill of Lading or Tracking Number (or Booking Reference Number). The COSCO (COSCON) track and trace system provides details about searched container cargo location instantly. COSCO Container Lines Co., Ltd. (COSCON) is one of the leading providers of integrated container shipping services offered through the overseas subsidiaries across Europe, America, Asia, Africa, and Australia.
Biggest Ship in the World Ranking
|Ship Name||Type||Length||Deadweight||GrossTonnage||In Service|
|Seawise Giant||Oil tanker||458.46 m||564,650||260,851||From 1979 to 2009|
|Pierre Guillaumat||Oil tanker||414.23 m||555,051||274,837||From 1977 to 1983|
|Batillus||Oil tanker||414.22 m||553,661||273,550||From 1976 to 1985|
|Bellamya||Oil tanker||414.22 m||553,661||274,267||From1976 to 1986|
|Prairial||Oil tanker||414.22 m||555,046||274,825||From 1979 to 2003|
|Esso Atlantic||Oil tanker||406.57 m||516,891||247,161||From 1977 to 2002|
|Esso Pacific||Oil tanker||406.57 m||516,421||247,160||From 1977 to 2002|
|Maersk Triple E class (20 ships, Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller)||Container ship||399 m||196,000||174,500||Since 2013|
|Maersk E class (8 ships, Emma Maersk)||Container ship||397.71 m||158,200||170,793||Since 2006|
|Explorer class (3 ships, CMA CGM Marco Polo)||Container ship||396 m||187,624||175,342||Since 2012|
Currently the biggest ship in the world in service is Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller, part of the Maersk Line's Triple-E class ships. The Triple-E ships project contains 20 identical vessels, two of which entered in service since 2013. Until their introduction the biggest ship in the world was Maersk E-class, Explorer class (3 ships) was the largest ship in the world by capacity.
The largest ship ever built, till present, is the Seawise Giant (also known as Happy Giant, Knock Nevis).