Calculate the Time Component

Now, let’s get into the voyage calculation. I normally like to start from the time component. Total time, in this situation, is the (1) ballast leg, (2) loading time (3) transit time, (4) discharging time and (5) weather.

Rotation Description Days
Savannah Sail 1,354 nautical miles in ballast 5
Houston Loading 3
Moji Sail 9,669 nautical miles via Panama 31
Moji Discharge 3
Weather Factor 5% on 39 days 2
 44 days

There are many free sources of distance tables available on the Internet. Here are just a couple:



Netpas Distance

Netpas Distance provides distances between 12,000 ports! It is available for PC, IOS and Android. A free trial is available for an unlimited period, however,
you can only query distance five times per day. Created by Seafuture Inc. in Rep. of Korea.

Check it out!



SEA-DISTANCES.ORG

Sea-distances.org provides distances between 4,000 ports! It is available online and is completely free! It also provides a basic voyage calculator and for free!

Check it out!

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