Marine Traffic Google Earth

Google Earth Application for Free Ship Tracking by Marine Traffic

Google Earth Marine Trafic

The information of vessels positions provided by MarineTraffic is available in KML format, which is used by the Google Earth application. Google Earth is freely available for personal use and provides very detailed and efficient browsing in world's satellite maps. If Google Earth is installed in your computer, you may see the vessels positions in real time and you may browse quickly the areas of your interest, without the limitations of the web page maps but just using Google Maps.

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of MARINE TRAFFIC

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Google Earth Application for Free Ship Tracking by APRS.fi

Screenshot of APRS's Google Earth Application (Plug-In) for visualization of live AIS ship traffic.

Google Earth kml file ARPS

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of APRS.

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Google Earth Cruise Ships Current Positions by SeaScanner

Screenshot of Cruise Ships' Current Positions at Caribbean Sea and the Bahamas

Seascanner Current Positions Google Earth Preview

Cruise Ship webcam

The application shows cruise vessels' current positions and images of onboard webcams of the the following cruise lines:

Seascanner Current Position of Cruise Ships at Sea with Google Earth

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SEASCANNER

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(if it is not already installed in your computer), here:

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Google Earth is a virtual globe, map and geographical information program that was originally called EarthViewer 3D created by Keyhole, Inc, a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) funded company acquired by Google in 2004 (see In-Q-Tel). It maps the Earth by the superimposition of images obtained from satellite imagery, aerial photography and geographic information system (GIS) 3D globe. It was originally available with three different licenses, but has since been reduced to just two: Google Earth (a free version with limited function) and Google Earth Pro ($399 per year), which is intended for commercial use. The third original option, Google Earth Plus, has been discontinued.

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