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There are online websites that can do that if you know the name of the vessel

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You can use vessel data services provided by other companies. We use datalastic.com and take all data about vessels movements from there, it is an API which we connected to our ERP.

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I am no expert on such matters but I hear it isn't easy even with modern radar and satellite observation though of course much depends on the size of the vessel, the construction and the range you wish to track it as well as whether you are fixed or mobile and your elevation.

The best way is to place a radio beacon aboard and have at least three listening stations equipped with direction-finding receiving equipment.

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