Ship static and voyage related data

msg_ID: 
5
Description: 
Scheduled static and voyage related vessel data report; (Class A shipborne mobile equipment)
Priority: 
4
Access scheme: 
RATDMA
ITDMA
Communication state: 
N/A
Transmitted by: 
Mobile station
Parameter Number of bits Description
Message ID 6 Identifier for this Message 5
Repeat indicator 2 Used by the repeater to indicate how many times a message has been repeated. Refer to § 4.6.1, Annex 2; 0-3; 0 = default; 3 = do not repeat any more
User ID 30 MMSI number
AIS version indicator 2 0 = station compliant with Recommendation ITU-R M.1371-1
1 = station compliant with Recommendation ITU-R M.1371-3 (or later)
2 = station compliant with Recommendation ITU-R M.1371-5 (or later)
3 = station compliant with future editions
IMO number 30 0 = not available = default – Not applicable to SAR aircraft
0000000001-0000999999 not used
0001000000-0009999999 = valid IMO number;
0010000000-1073741823 = official flag state number.
Call sign 42 7 x 6 bit ASCII characters, @@@@@@@ = not available = default.
Craft associated with a parent vessel, should use “A” followed by the last 6 digits of the MMSI of the parent vessel. Examples of these craft include towed vessels, rescue boats, tenders, lifeboats and liferafts.
Name 120 Maximum 20 characters 6 bit ASCII, as defined in Table 47 “@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@” = not available = default.
The Name should be as shown on the station radio license. For SAR aircraft, it should be set to “SAR AIRCRAFT NNNNNNN” where NNNNNNN equals the aircraft registration number.
Type of ship and cargo type 8 0 = not available or no ship = default
1-99 = as defined in § 3.3.2
100-199 = reserved, for regional use
200-255 = reserved, for future use
Not applicable to SAR aircraft
Overall dimension/
reference for position
30 Reference point for reported position.
Also indicates the dimension of ship (m) (see Fig. 42 and § 3.3.3)
For SAR aircraft, the use of this field may be decided by the responsible administration. If used it should indicate the maximum dimensions of the craft. As default should A = B = C = D be set to “0”
Type of electronic position fixing device 4 0 = undefined (default)
1 = GPS
2 = GLONASS
3 = combined GPS/GLONASS
4 = Loran-C
5 = Chayka
6 = integrated navigation system
7 = surveyed
8 = Galileo,
9-14 = not used
15 = internal GNSS
ETA 20 Estimated time of arrival; MMDDHHMM UTC
Bits 19-16: month; 1-12; 0 = not available = default
Bits 15-11: day; 1-31; 0 = not available = default
Bits 10-6: hour; 0-23; 24 = not available = default
Bits 5-0: minute; 0-59; 60 = not available = default
For SAR aircraft, the use of this field may be decided by the responsible administration
Maximum present static draught 8 In 1/10 m, 255 = draught 25.5 m or greater, 0 = not available = default;
in accordance with IMO Resolution A.851
Not applicable to SAR aircraft, should be set to 0
Destination 120 Maximum 20 characters using 6-bit ASCII;
@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ = not available
For SAR aircraft, the use of this field may be decided by the responsible administration
DTE 1 Data terminal equipment (DTE) ready (0 = available, 1 = not available = default) (see § 3.3.1)
Spare 1 Spare. Not used. Should be set to zero. Reserved for future use
Number of bits 424 Occupies 2 slots
 

Type of ship

TABLE 53
Identifiers to be used by ships to report their type
Identifier No. Special craft
50 Pilot vessel
51 Search and rescue vessels
52 Tugs
53 Port tenders
54 Vessels with anti-pollution facilities or equipment
55 Law enforcement vessels
56 Spare – for assignments to local vessels
57 Spare – for assignments to local vessels
58 Medical transports (as defined in the 1949 Geneva Conventions and Additional Protocols)
59 Ships and aircraft of States not parties to an armed conflict
Other ships
First digit(1) Second digit(1) First digit(1) Second digit(1)
1 – Reserved for future use 0 – All ships of this type 0 – Fishing
2 – WIG 1 – Carrying DG, HS, or MP, IMO hazard or pollutant category X(2) 1 – Towing
3 – See right column 2 – Carrying DG, HS, or MP, IMO hazard or pollutant category Y(2) 3 – Vessel 2 – Towing and length of the tow exceeds 200 m or breadth exceeds 25 m
4 – HSC 3 – Carrying DG, HS, or MP, IMO hazard or pollutant category Z(2) 3 – Engaged in dredging or underwater operations
5 – See above 4 – Carrying DG, HS, or MP, IMO hazard or pollutant category OS(2) 4 – Engaged in diving operations
  5 – Reserved for future use 5 – Engaged in military operations
6 – Passenger ships 6 – Reserved for future use 6 – Sailing
7 – Cargo ships 7 – Reserved for future use 7 – Pleasure craft
8 – Tanker(s) 8 – Reserved for future use 8 – Reserved for future use
9 – Other types of ship 9 – No additional information 9 – Reserved for future use
DG:   dangerous goods
HS:    harmful substances
MP:   marine pollutants
(1)     The identifier should be constructed by selecting the appropriate first and second digits.
(2)     NOTE 1 – The digits 1, 2, 3 and 4 reflecting categories X, Y, Z and OS formerly were categories A, B, C and D.
 

Reference point for reported position and overall dimensions of ship

Figure 41