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Enter a ship's name, or a fragment of the name. There's no need for any wild card characters. This database contains only a small fraction of the ships worldwide, those that participate in the World Meteorological Organization's program of voluntary at-sea weather reporting. The database also contains vessels with US radio licenses. For the most part military vessels are excluded, but occasionally a Coast Guard ship will make a report.

The US Coast Guard maintains another database of ship names, callsigns, and inspection reports. The French Marine Meteorological Center maintains a database of VOS reporting vessels. If you can't find a ship's callsign in our database, try one of theirs.

If a ship is listed but has no last reported time or position, it means that ship has never submitted a weather report."