33rd Edition

Lloyd's Maritime Atlas of World Ports and Shipping Places 2024-2025

Edited By Informa UK Ltd Copyright 2024
    218 Pages
    by Informa Law from Routledge

    Welcome to the 33rd edition of Lloyd’s Maritime Atlas.

    Published since 1951, Lloyd’s Maritime Atlas is the oldest and most respected atlas in the shipping industry. A comprehensive reference for locating the world’s busiest ports and shipping places, this new edition has been fully updated and enhanced with revised maps and new features to alleviate the demands on today’s busy shipping professional.

    In the 2024–2025 edition you will find:

    • The maps and indexes have been updated with the latest port names and locations, and expanded with almost 200 new ports integrated
    • The addition of more than 400 new anchorages, 45 marine terminals, 22 offshore facilities, and 85 oil and gas fields
    • The latest data on piracy incidents applied to a global overview with summaries by region, vessel type and dwt, plus every map featuring three grades of incident symbols to highlight the severity of different hotspots
    • The MARPOL map has been separated from PSSA and SECA for increased clarity, with new Mediterranean Sea areas for SECA and PSSA integrated
    • An updated world map of vaccinations required to protect against major global diseases
    • The very latest Marine Distance Tables and fleet statistics

    In addition, Lloyd’s Maritime Atlas continues to provide:

    • Precise latitude and longitude co-ordination of more than 9,000 ports and shipping places around the world
    • More than 70 full-colour world, ocean, and regional maps
    • A global overview of international load line zones
    • An expansive double-page world distance table plus 33 detailed regional tables to help you plan your route
    • A unique and extensive geographical and alphabetical indexing system to help readers quickly and easily find a location
    • All major canal and river systems, plus main road, rail, and airport connections to cater for multi-modal journeys

    This book continues to be the premier reference guide for shipping professionals worldwide.

    We are always looking for ways in which to improve our products and services and we welcome any comments and suggestions that you may have concerning this Atlas or any of our other publications using the contact details on our website www.routledge.com.

    World Distance Tables; User Guide; Symbols and Abbreviations; LNG Terminals; GENERAL; World Fleet Statistics; Index Map; WORLD AND OCEAN MAPS; International Load Line Zones; MARPOL, PSSA and SECA; Vaccinations; Piracy Hotspots; North Atlantic Ocean; Atlantic and Indian Oceans; Pacific Ocean; Arctic; Antarctic; REGIONAL MAPS; United Kingdom and Ireland Insets: Clyde; Humber, Trent; Tyne, Tees Thames; English Channel Fact panel: Seine-Oise-Marne; North Sea; Northern Europe; Belgium, Netherlands and Germany Fact panels: Rhine, Western Scheldt; Southern Scandinavia Fact panel: Lake Vanern; Baltic Sea Fact panel: Saimaa Canal; Black Sea, Caspian Sea Fact panel: Volga, Don; Mediterranean Sea; Bay of Biscay; Strait of Gibraltar; Northern Mediterranean; Gulf of Naples; Gulf of Venice; Gulf of Tunis; Aegean Sea Inset: Piraeus; Easter Mediterranean; Africa and the Middle East Inset: Azores; West Africa; Saudi Arabia, Ethiopia & Somalia; South-East Africa; Persian Gulf; South Asia Inset: Hong Kong Fact panel: Yangtze (Chiang Jiang); India; Gulf of Thailand; Malaysia, Indonesia Insets: Singapore; Brunei Darussalam; Strait of Malacca; Philippines; Japan; China, Korea; Australasia and Pacific Islands; North America; Pacific Northwest; Southern California; Eastern United States Inset: Bermuda; Great Lakes Fact panel: Great Lakes; Gulf of St. Lawrence Fact panel: St. Lawrence Seaway; Easter Seaboard Inset: New York; Central America; Caribbean Sea; South America Fact panel: Amazon; River Plate, Southern Brazil Fact panel: Parana; CANALS; Kiel Canal; Rhine-Main-Danube Canal; Suez Canal; Panama Canal; Geographical Index; Alphabetical Index


    Informa Law from Routledge