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Fleet Database


Fleet Database provides instant access to the wider market, allowing you to assess the health of the second-hand market. This information can be used for sales and purchases purposes, investigating potential investment opportunities, and privately viewing competitors' fleets.

With Fleet Database V2, a new version of Fleet Database with updated UI and additional functionality, you can identify vessels in our vessel database that satisfy your selected search criteria and customize the data to suit your needs.


The new functionality & improvements are:

  • Improved overall UI & UX to simplify interacting with the product

  • Ability to search for search conditions as well as navigate a list by clicking rather than a complex hover list

  • New table functionality which gives you the ability to:

    • Change the width of columns

    • Change the order the columns are displayed in

    • Change the columns which are included - also known as customizable columns

  • A CII view in our Energy Efficiency results tab so you can view fleet level green information easily rather than having to add vessels into a portfolio to view this information

Navigating to Fleet Database

To navigate to Fleet Database, select the main menu, then select Database > Fleet.

Creating a Search Criteria

By default, the vessel status will be set to live, or on order, or launched. You can remove these conditions by selecting the X next to each one. To return to the default search, select the Reset button.

Screenshot of the Fleet Database search criteria page with the search criteria set to default

Adding New Conditions

To add a new condition, you can either select from the dropdown list, or search for a condition in the search bar.


Select from the dropdown list


Search for a condition in the search bar

Viewing the Results

When performing a search, you will be shown the vessel results panel by default. The first time you use Fleet Database V2, the vessels results panel will be set to a default set of columns.

Resize columns

To resize the width of the table columns, hover over the vertical borders in the table header. Your cursor will change to the resize icon image-20240524-180114.pngand turn blue. You can then drag the columns to change their size.

Sort columns

You can sort the columns by largest to smallest, or alphabetically, depending on the context. To sort a column, hover over the column name. The header table cell background will turn grey and an arrow will appear stating the order it will sort by. The sorted column will remain highlighted in this state and be remembered.


Sorting a table column

Customizable Columns

You can change the columns of data being shown within the results tables using the columns icon on the top right hand side.


Columns icon shown in in the middle

Selecting the columns icon will trigger a popup containing the full range of columns available. You can then select the columns you would like to add. You can have up to a maximum of 11 columns i.e. 10 of your choice, plus vessel name. This is indicated on the bottom left with a count and will highlight red when the limit has been reached.

Vessel name is a mandatory column which you can’t remove since it’s a key column for navigating our website and our data.


Customizable columns modal

You must press save changes to close the popup, save your columns, and have them loaded in on the results table.

Any changes to your columns and number of rows selected will be remembered and becomes your default set of columns. To reset your table back to this default configuration, select Reset on the top right.

Exporting Results

You can export your results as an Excel spreadsheet using the download icon in the top right of each table.


Download icon shown on the left

You will then be asked to accept our terms and conditions in a modal and then the file will download.


Export modal

You can customize the data exported by changing the columns within the table. The order and columns you’ve chosen will be reflected in the exported spreadsheet. Exports are limited to the page and number of rows you’ve selected within the table.

The number of exports a user can do is determined by their permissions. The default is 10 per day.

Adding Vessels to Portfolio

To add vessels to a portfolio, select the tick box next to the vessel(s), then select the Add to portfolio button.


Select a vessel

Existing portfolio

A pop-up will appear containing a list of your portfolios. Add the vessel(s) to an existing portfolio by selecting the + button next to the portfolio name. To undo a decision, select the undo arrow.

New portfolio

Or, you can select the Add to new portfolio button to create a new portfolio to add the vessel(s) to.


Add to portfolio

Comparing Vessels

Note: This is very legacy functionality.

Another option is to compare vessels from your search results. To do this, select the vessels you would like to compare using the tick boxes in the left hand column. When a vessel is selected, its row will turn blue.

Once you have chosen the vessels to compare, select the Compare button. A new page will open containing a table of vessel particulars for the vessels you’ve chosen.

Comparing vessels

Viewing Vessels on the Map

If you would like to view vessels on a map, select them and then select the Map button. This will open the Map view. Note, you must have our Mapping module in order to use this functionality.

Map view

Viewing Energy Efficiency Information

You also have the option to view the EEDI & EEXI information of your results. To view this information, navigate to the Energy Efficiency tab. From there, you can choose EEDI, EEXI, or CII. EEDI is the default view.


For both the EEDI and EEXI tabs, you’ll see a breakdown of all vessels by counts and percentages, a visual chart, and a table of results which you can filter by all, compliant, and non-compliant.

Note: When EEDI or EEXI are selected, the tabs make the assumption that all vessels have an Attained EEDI or EEXI. This is to show you the most relevant information.


EEDI results view

Viewing CII Information

For the CII tab, you’ll see a breakdown of all vessels by counts and percentages, a visual chart, and a table of results which you can filter by all, compliant, and non-compliant.

You can also see the past 3 years of CII data by selecting from the view dropdown. The default is the current year to date i.e. 2024 YTD.

Note: When CII is selected, this tab makes the assumption that the vessel had CII information for the current year to date (YTD). This is to show you the most relevant information.


CII results view

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