Voyage Management System
Fleet Allocation & Scheduling
Dataloy Distance Table (DDT)

About DDT

Simple, yet powerful, tool for calculating sailing routes and distances

The Dataloy Distance Table allows port and routing point searches when building sailing routes and is available to both commercial and non-commercial users. It supports alternative spelling and shortening of port names as well as usage of each routing point's unique code. Sailing routes are presented graphically in a map and based on analysis of possible routing options.

The graphical presentation of the sailing route is only available on bigger screens like pc, laptop or tablet. You can use your mobile device to calculate the distances but the sailing route will not be displayed on a map on these devices.

  • The DDT is highly acclaimed for its extensiveness and accuracy.

  • Currently the DDT holds more than 10,000 ports and maritime locations and more than 90,000 waypoints effectively contributing to the accuracy of a calculation.

The number of waypoints is vital to the accuracy of voyage calculation.
  • The DDT also enables routing based on minimising sailing in Emission Controlled Areas (ECA).

  • There are war risk and anti-piracy routing points available in high risk areas.

  • Updated daily.

Irregular Routing or Missing Ports or Routing Points

If irregular routing is experienced, for example the sailing route crossing land, etc. - please contact Dataloy.

Ports and routing points are constantly added to the DDT. If a port or a routing point cannot be found - please contact Dataloy for it to be added.