: ISL Fleet Data Base
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The Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics maintains various factual databases used for research projects, market studies, statistical reports, and information services.
Ship characteristics of the world merchant fleet provided by Clarkson Research Services and container fleet data supplied by MDS-Transmodal are used as external data files. These files are used for various data aggregates on fleet development.
The ISL's World Cruise Fleet Data Base (updated every August) is based on various sources. The cruise ships included are based on an ISL specific definition.

ISL World Merchant Fleet Data Base

The Fleet

Data Structure

Analytical Focus


The ISL World Merchant Fleet Data Base includes all self-propelled sea-going trading ships and passenger ships of 300 gt and over. Country of domicile information is applicable vessels of 1,000 gt and above.
The fleet data, quarterly provided by Clarkson Research Services, contains currently (1/2016) details of about 50,000 records.
Broken-up data is provided quarterly by Clarkson Research Services.



[Image Source: Bremen Keyports]

The Merchant Fleet Data Base is available since 1986 and Broken-up data since 1990.


Major data items:

  • ship type
  • flag
  • dwt
  • gt
  • TEU
  • summer draught
  • length and breadth
  • year of build
  • shipyard
  • country of ownership
  • classification society
  • iceclass
  • hull information
  • speed
  • operator
  • owner
  • Gear, cranes
  • engine, etc.

 


Information on world merchant fleet developments is presented in ISL Shipping Statistics and Market Review, the ISL Shipping Statistics Yearbook and in ISL market studies.

Analytical Features

  • Fleet development
  • Fleet additions/reductions
  • Size structure
  • Age structure
  • Country of build
  • Ownership patterns
  • Classification society
  • Phase-out of tankers

Our Clients

  • Shipowners
  • Shipbuilders
  • Ports
  • Classification societies
  • Ministries
  • Financial institutes
  • Consultants
  • Research institutes
  • Publishers

 

 

 

 

ISL World Cruise Fleet

The Fleet

Data Structure

Publication


The ISL World Cruise Fleet Data Base records all passenger vessels fully or seasonally engaged in cruising. Ships of 1,000 gt and over and a minimum of 100 passenger beds are recorded.
More than 290 vessel data sets are currently (2015) included in the ISL World Cruise Fleet Register.


The Queen Mary 2, with 148,528 gt the largest passenger ship ever built.

The Cruise Fleet Data is available since 1991 and updated yearly (as of July 1st).


Major data items:

  • ships name
  • operator
  • ship type
  • gt
  • number of beds
  • number of cabins
  • crew number
  • year of build
  • flag
  • operating area

ISL World Cruise Fleet Register is published in ISL Shipping Statistics and Market Review (SSMR No 7), which also includes statistical evaluations of the long-term market development.

Our Clients...

  • Tour operators
  • Consultants
  • Financial institutes
  • Shipowners
  • Classification societies
  • Ports
  • Publishers

 

 


Transmodal Containership Data Base

The Container Fleet

Data Structure

Analytical Focus


The Containership Data Base provided by Transmodal includes physical and deployment details of more than 9,700 vessels of over 100 TEU box capacity.


[Image Source: Bremen Keyports]

The Transmodal Data Base contains half-yearly updates from 1999 onwards.


Major data items:

  • ship type
  • flag
  • dwt
  • TEU
  • year of build
  • shipyard
  • country of the owner
  • speed
  • operator
  • service
  • alliance
  • slot
  • schedule
  • ports served

Selected container fleet data is used for statistical aggregates on employment patterns in container shipping based on the following analytical features:

  • Alliances/services
  • Trading areas
  • Schedules
  • Routing and ports
  • Ownership patterns
  • Fleet development
  • Age structure
  • Size structure
  • Country of build

Statistical analyses are published in ISL Monthly Container Port Monitor, the ISL Shipping Statistics and Market Review (SSMR No 6) and in container market studies.

Our Clients

  • Shipowners
  • Shipbuilders
  • Ports
  • Ministries
  • Financial institutes
  • Consultants
  • Research institutes
  • Publishers