Construction Vessel Locations – Live AIS

All of the vessels operating on the Gwynt y Môr windfarm are equipped with AIS (the Automatic Identification System). This provides real-time information about their location and recent movements.

We have produced two live maps which will help you to keep track of vessel activity at Gwynt y Môr.

The first map shows the location of all vessels in the vicinity of the Gwynt y Môr site; and the second shows the location of all of the vessels that are currently involved in construction work.

Vessels on the Gwynt y Môr Site

This map is centred on the Gwynt y Môr site (the pink diamond in the middle of the map is the Gwynt y Môr east Meteorological Mast). It shows the location of all of the vessels equipped with AIS in the area.

You can zoom in and out of the map, and click on the vessel icons to find out more about them and their recent movements.

 

To restore the map to its original settings, just hit the “refresh” button in your web browser, or press Ctrl-F5 on your keyboard.

Location of vessels currently involved in construction

This map shows the location of vessels that are currently involved in the construction work on the Gwynt y Môr windfarm. Some of these vessels might be off-site at the moment. Again, you can zoom in and out of the map and click on vessels to find out more about them.

 

To restore the map to its original settings, just hit the “refresh” button in your web browser, or press Ctrl-F5 on your keyboard.

Find out more

If you are involved in vessel operations in and around the Gwynt y Môr windfarm site we highly recommend that you visit the marinetraffic.com website.  Here you can register, and sign up for updates on the movements of vessels that you want to monitor.

The marinetraffic.com website can be configured to send you e-mail notifications about the movements of all of the vessels you are interested in.  You can add these vessels to “My Fleet”.  Notifications can also be sent to your mobile phone (although you have to pay for this service).

We have listed all of the vessels currently working on the Gwynt y Môr windfarm site here.

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