Vessel Voyages and Port Calls

In the "Voyages & Port Calls" section of the vessel drawer, you will find the most important information about a vessel and its voyages.

Vessel Details


Below, you will find a list of either Port Calls or Bunkers, and a button to toggle between the two different views.

Port Calls

While in Port Call view, clicking on a voyage row will list all port calls of the selected voyage, as well as the port calls from the previous and next voyage, if they exist. The port calls from the previous and next voyage will be in a slightly lighter colour, such that it is possible to tell them apart. Clicking directly on the reference number of the voyage will open up the Voyage drawer.

Clicking on port calls in the list opens the corresponding port call's drawer where you can make can changes:

The Port Calls list will display up to 30 items, and includes a separate scrolling functionality. By hovering over each of the "headers" (such as Voyage, Port, Reason for Call, etc.), you can also see an sorting array which will make you able to sort that specific column in either an ascending (ASC) or descending (DESC) order.


The Bunkers view removes the list in favour of up to three collapsible sections for the voyages. Similarly to the Port Calls view, clicking on a voyage row in the voyages list will select/open up the corresponding collapsible section, and fetch the data for the previous and next voyage:

The top band of the section displays 4 columns; the reference number of the voyage, Opening Balance, Consumption and Closing Balance. Each of the latter three will show amount and price for up to 4 different bunker types, depending on which bunkers are actually being used by the vessel.

Expanding the collapsible section will give you a table overview of each port, with reason for call, distance, speed etc., as well as a detailed breakdown of the bunkers consumed. Only the bunkers actually used will be displayed here.

Resequence Voyages

The resequence feature enables re-ordering the list of voyages assigned to a vessel (see below screenshot). To utilize the feature, click Vessels, select the one that requires reordering, and click the Two-way arrow icon in the newly appeared window on the right:

The user can now drag and drop the voyages to re-order them into the desired order. For example, the screenshot below illustrates voyage 77, which is being dragged down. It is expected that the item will have replaced voyage 76 after release:

Next, the result after the aforementioned release is presented below:

Any voyages that will have their sequence number changed, will have their previous old sequence number parenthesized.

The Save button updates Fleet Plan Voyages and saves the new appearance of the Voyage List.

Resequence Port Calls

Port calls can also be resequenced to a different position within the previous, current, or next voyage. To resequence a port call, click the resequence symbol in the top right corner of the port calls list. A popup modal will then show and the port call can be dragged and dropped in the desired position (see screenshot below). Note that only one port call can be moved at a time. Also, only port calls after the last Arrived, Berthed or Departed port call can be moved in the list: