Maersk Tracking Vessel

Track your Maersk vessel worldwide

Input the IMO number or the name of the Maersk’s vessel, and get complete information about the ship voyage (position, schedule, ETA, etc). 

About Maersk Shipping Company

What is Maersk?

Maersk is a Danish shipping and logistics company founded in 1904 and one of the largest in the world. It operates globally, offering container shipping, port services, freight forwarding, and logistics solutions. Known for its extensive network and commitment to sustainability, Maersk facilitates global trade with efficiency and reliability.

Maersk is one of the largest container shipping companies globally, with a fleet of over 700 vessels and operations in more than 130 countries. It handles approximately one-fifth of the world’s container shipping capacity.

About Maersk Triple-E class container ships

The Triple-E class container ships, constructed by South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), hold the title of the world’s largest container ships, boasting a capacity of 18,000 twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) and an estimated cost of $190 million per vessel.

These ships were commissioned by Maersk Line under a $1.9 billion contract, with additional options exercised, bringing the total contract value to $5.7 billion. Featuring advanced design modifications for increased efficiency and capacity, including a U-shaped hull and a relocation of key components, the Triple-E vessels are not only environmentally improved but also the most energy-efficient, emitting 20% less CO₂ per container shipped than their predecessors.

Powered by twin skeg propulsion systems and equipped with waste heat recovery systems, these vessels are supplied by industry leaders like Siemens and GEA Westfalia Separator Group.

How do I track a Maersk vessel?

Simply input the IMO number or the name of the Maersk vessel of your choice.

Maersk Shipping line and Container

Every year, Maersk move over 12 million containers. 

Biggest ships in Maersk shipping company

The biggest vessels in the Maersk Shipping line are:

  • Maersk McKinney Moller: IMO 9619907, MMSI 219018271. Optimum container capability of 18.000 TEUs.  
  • Maersk Madrid: IMO 9778791, MMSI 219836000. Optimum container capability of 18.000 TEUs.  
  • Maersk Emma: capacity of 15.500 TEUs. IMO 9321483, MMSI 220417000

FAQ About              Vessel Tracking

Vessel tracking involves the real-time monitoring of ships’ locations and movements using a variety of tracking systems and technologies. This practice is essential for ensuring maritime safety, optimizing fleet management, and securing cargo shipments.

Automatic Identification System (AIS) is a maritime tracking system that enables vessels to automatically transmit and receive information, including their identity, position, course, and speed, to other ships and shore-based stations. It enhances maritime safety, navigation efficiency, and situational awareness by providing real-time vessel tracking and facilitating collision avoidance measures.

The choice of a vessel tracking solution depends on different factors: requirements, constraints & objectives; features and functionalities; technology used; and accuracy, coverage, interface, and cost