| MARITIME |
| MARITIME |

Flagging high-risk vessels,
owners, and operators

Kharon’s Maritime dataset includes records of high-risk vessels, owners, and operators located across the globe that do not appear on government sanctions lists, but are commercially tied to these restricted entities.

Understanding your maritime risk

U.N., U.S., EU, and other authorities regularly sanction entities involved in maritime trade with restricted jurisdictions. When a vessel, owner, or operator is sanctioned, other closely related ships, holding companies, or operating units often exist, but do not appear on a restrictions list.

Kharon’s Maritime dataset can be seamlessly integrated into your current screening, monitoring, and due diligence frameworks — alerting you to these high-risk entities. Kharon’s enriched data is regularly updated to reflect new sanctions listings and delistings, renaming of vessels, shifting ownership structures, and other commercial relationships material to your enterprise.

OWNERS + OPERATORS OF SANCTIONED VESSELS

VESSELS OWNED OR OPERATED BY SANCTIONED ACTORS

ENHANCED IDENTIFIERS + CHANGED NAMES

Use the Maritime dataset to
screen for red flags

  • Sanctioned vessels that have changed names
  • Owners and operators of sanctioned vessels
  • Vessels owned by sanctioned actors
  • Vessels and companies that share identifiers with sanctioned maritime networks
  • Enhanced identifiers
DETAILED COVERAGE
REDUCED OPERATIONAL COSTS
PROTECTION AGAINST OVERSCREENING

Typology: Sister vessels

Typology: Sister vessels

In some cases, sanctions will be applied to a single vessel, while other ships with the same owners and operators will not be listed. Kharon’s Maritime dataset allows you to screen against these closely related high-risk entities that can present the same risk factors for your enterprise.