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About Dataloy Distances

Simple, yet powerful, tool for calculating sailing routes and distances
Dataloy Distances allows port and routing point searches when building sailing routes and is available to commercial and non-commercial users. Sailing routes are presented graphically on a map and are based on analysis of possible routing options.
Example route from Hong Kong to Bergen via Singapore and Suez Canal
  • The "Dataloy Distances" is highly acclaimed for its extensiveness and accuracy.
  • Currently, Dataloy Distances holds 11,000 ports and maritime locations, and the routes are a result of analysis of more than a million route segments, effectively contributing to the accuracy of a calculation.
The number of waypoints is vital to the accuracy of voyage calculation.
  • Automatic Emission Controlled Areas (ECA) avoidance.
  • Automatic High-Risk Area (HRA) avoidance.
  • Updated daily.
Irregular Routing or Missing Ports or Routing Points
If irregular routing is experienced - 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 to request it added.