Marine Weather Forecast Services

Weather Routing Inc. (WRI) is a private meteorological consulting firm and is the World Leader in the marine industry since 1961.
  • Experienced and Degreed Marine Meteorologists
  • Performance Claims and Voyage Analysis for commercial vessels
  • Comprehensive services for Yacht Transits, Regatta / Races, Fishing Tournaments, and Marinas
  • Detailed Forecasts and Route Recommendations
  • Available 24/7, 365 Days A Year
  • Forecasting and routing services available for All Ocean Basins
  • Specialized services include Adverse Weather/Tropical Monitoring, Earthquake/Tsunami Alerts, and Climatological Reports
  • Port/Site Forecasts, Forensic Analysis, and much more

Recent Twitter Posts

4 hours ago
June 04th at 1600 UTC WRI will be delivering a webinar discussing the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season. Interested in what to expect and how to prepare? Be sure to register and listen along!

Register here :
2 days ago
Tropical Depression Three has formed, & we expect it to further develop & lift into the central Gulf of Mexico while taking on further tropical characteristics & strengthening. Reach out to us if you have upcoming interests in the Gulf. We will help you plan your next transit. WeatherRouting photo
6 days ago
All of us here at WRI would like to thank Captain John Crupi and all on Dorothea III/Post One for the shirts! We truly appreciate it! WeatherRouting photo
1 week ago
On June 04th, between 12:00-12:30 EDT (16:00-16:30 UTC), we will be hosting another webinar previewing the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season, and what you can do to prepare.

Simply click the following link to join us -, and then click "Save my spot!"
1 week ago
Tropical Storm Bertha has formed as of this morning. While timing is not favorable for significant strengthening, we expect a landfall across E'rn South Carolina by early this afternoon. Got any plans if you are anywhere from North Carolina to Florida? Give us a call! WeatherRouting photo
1 week ago
WRI is monitoring a disorganized area of squalls along NE'rn Florida for the potential of short-lived weak development, and have dubbed them "Tropical Low #4". Keep up to date with the latest on this system via our SeaWeather site, WeatherRouting photo
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