Position & Track
In some areas close to land, especially near harbors or heavily used shipping lanes, the position of ships can be tracked by a worldwide system called AIS (Automatic Identification System). This should apply to all commercial ships but may as well apply to those recreational ships which have AIS senders (and receivers) on board. Some providers, like Marine Traffic, post this information on internet.
Our satellite tracker plots our position on internet on a map (with a dot) twice or a few times a day, depending on our configuration. It also connects all dots of the past, so that our historical track becomes visible. Additionally, each dot shows location and time. The map can be zoomed in/out.
On the web app Noforeignland you can also find DanceMe’s current position. It also shows the track since departure from Antwerp, Belgium, on May 1st, 2021.
On the web app Winlink you can also find DanceMe’s current position. This position we update via our shortwave radio. The red dot shows our most recently updated position.
Ocean Cruising Club (OCC)
OCC members can find DanceMe’s position on the OCC Fleet Map.
You find the miles we sailed below.
I'm not an adventurer by choice but by fate...Vincent van Gogh
I'm not an adventurer by choice but by fate... Vincent van Gogh