DUPLICATE VESSELS

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    Marc Servranckx

    MMSI or name please

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    Vasiliki Flegka

    Hello Jim,

    Thank you for your post.

    As Marc has correctly requested, could you please be so kind as to provide us with the MMSI of the vessel of reference, so as for us to properly assist you?

    Marc thank you very much for your contribution to this request.

    I am waiting for your response.

    Kind regards,

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    Bill McLachlan

    Hi Jim,

    It is quite simple regardless of the identity of the ship.

    If you look at the Vessel Filters on the left hand side of the Live Map the last option is to set the age of a final signal and this is locked at 1 day for those without the appropriate premium account.

    So the position of a vessel stays mapped when no further signal is received either because it has moved  out of range or the local AIS receiving station has been switched off. Later the vessel sails into range again of a different station and pops up on the map again. If you left click (on a browser view) on the vessel icon it will tell you the age of the signal at the bottom of the pop-up window.

    Once the new signal is received the system then works out that there is an old icon on the map and eventually deletes it. Hitting the refresh button frequently fixes it.

    Hope this helps

    Bill 

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    Bill McLachlan

    Sorry I rather over complicated it - you can get the age of the signal by just hovering your mouse over the vessel icon.

    I tend to click it to get details of the vessel without really looking before I click

    Bill

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    Vasiliki Flegka

    Dear Bill,

    Thank you for your response in Jim's post.

    We really appreciate your contribution!

    Bets regards,

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