Weather Routing, Inc. (WRI) offers a variety of forecast services for commercial
shipping fleets. Whether a container vessel transiting across the North Pacific, or a bulk
carrier proceeding from South Africa to China, WRI's detailed route/weather advisories
give the necessary information for safe and efficient transits. Our forecasts are individually prepared,
based on the specific location and route of the vessel.
WRI combines the best of technology with a long history of marine forecast experience
to provide accurate, detailed forecasts. WRI is continuously monitoring and analyzing
weather and ocean current patterns to evaluate for the optimum route: fast and safe.
Weather Routing, Inc. (WRI) offers a variety of forecast services for tug/barge and small
craft/ferry operators. Whether a slow moving barge transiting across the Gulf of Mexico, a
regular ferry run, or a supply vessel fleet off the Nigeria coast, WRI’s detailed voyage and site
specific forecasts can give the necessary information to maintain safe and efficient operations.
WRI combines the best of technology with a long history of marine forecast experience to
provide accurate, detailed forecasts. WRI is continuously monitoring and analyzing weather and
ocean current patterns to evaluate for the optimum route: fast and safe.
WRI has developed an exclusive heavy weather monitoring program for your fleet, keeping you advised of heavy weather threats
before they impact your vessel.
When we are expecting heavy weather to affect a vessel (based on your own given wind/sea constraints), we will commence our full forecast
and routing services, in order to minimize/avoid the heavy weather.
WRI's team of experienced Tropical Meteorologists have been forecasting, analyzing, and monitoring Tropical systems for over 50 years.
WRI maintains constant surveillance of the tropical regions of the world,
issuing daily tropical summaries for all the seasonally active major ocean
basins with all of your affected ships listed.
If an area is suspect for tropical development, WRI classifies the system as a "tropical low", and issues
forecast positions and intensity - often 2-3 days ahead of government
agencies. This additional lead time is critical for safe/efficient operations for
your fleet to prepare for any route or itinerary changes. WRI's tropical
advisories are provided in addition to our recommendation for a
safe and efficient route (to minimize any delay).
Tropical Threat Monitoring
Vessel's are monitored for any tropical threat several days in advance.
Analysis of all officially classified tropical systems.
Pre-classify systems as Tropical Lows usually 2-3 days before government agencies.
WRI can provide long-term climate studies for any particular region of the globe. The reports are a climatological summary
of typical seasonal winds, seas, ocean surface currents, gale/storm frequency and track, precipitation, and any other weather
parameters for a particular region or locality. These studies are extremely helpful for long range planning or sensitive operations, and can also be tailored to include specific
information/details at your request.
WRI's Marine Specialists utilize a wide range of archived weather data to construct a detailed forensic report for any
weather-related legal case worldwide. Archived weather data includes satellite, radar, ship/land/buoy observations, satellite
derived ocean surface winds (scatterometer data), and many more types of information.
If you are interested in a Climatology Study
or Forensic Report, please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Customized climate reports available for any location.
Detailed forensic analysis for any legal cases or claims.
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