How are loitering events defined?
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Written by Kelly Rummins
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Loitering means a vessel has travelled at less than 2 knots for at least 4 hours. This slow movement is consistent with the behaviour observed when two vessels meet at sea, or a vessel is waiting to enter port.

Loitering is shown as a dark grey line.

Learn more: See other types of vessel events and how these are used to analyse a vessel’s movements.

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