The Info@SEA Water Forecast service provides high resolution operational
forecasts of tides, water levels, waves and surge throughout the Singapore
Straits, Malacca Straits, South China Sea and Bay of Bengal. The service is
based on DHI’s in-house state of the art simulation models. Subscribers are
offered detailed forecasts covering ports, offshore fields or coastal zone
tailored to specific needs and requirements. Tailored forecasts are available
from the secure and dedicated website and can also be transmitted via email and
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A revolutionary information service to improve operational efficiency and safety
of current sensitive marine activities has been launched in Singapore. The product
- called STRAITSFORECAST - is now available for pilots, terminal operators,
marine contractors, marine engineering consultants and public recreation users.
STRAITSFORECAST provides reliable high-resolution current forecast information
to facilitate the efficient and safe planning of current sensitive operations within
Singapore Port and adjacent waters, such as the planning of arrival times for large
vessels at terminals with tidal restrictions or the planning of dive operations
with limited tidal windows.
Data is available both in forecast mode for planning applications and in hindcast
mode for support for jetty design and incident assessment. The model is validated
real time against current measurements at several locations in the Singapore Straits
and accuracy indicators are provided to the users to facilitate their interpretation
of the data provided.
The South China Sea is strongly influenced by monsoon and typhoon generated
waves which effect the feasibility and safety of many marine activities.
The South China Sea Forecast provides a 7 day rolling forecast of wave and
wind conditions in the South China Sea for the benefit of vessel operators and offshore
service providers.Wave and wind data is also available in hindcast mode for the
benefit of operational window assessment.
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The Straits of Malacca is one of the most important shipping lanes in the
world with 50,000 ships passing through each year. A quarter of the world's sea
trade, including 11 million barrels of oil per day pass through the 500-mile long
The currents in many parts of the Malacca Straits are strong and accurate information
on prevailing tidal conditions in advance of vessel transit through the straits
will assist in the planning of transits across the South China Sea or Indian Ocean
to optimize arrival times at the entrance to the Malacca Straits to minimize exposure
to strong head current, thereby reducing fuel consumption and minimizing exposure
time in one of the world’s high risk shipping lanes.