Journey Plotter for WindowsJP AvatarJourney Plotter is a Windows application for visualizing journeys of Royal Navy vessels of the World War 1-era, or Arctic voyages of United States vessels from the mid 19th century onwards.Learn Morenavigate_nextNewsJP AvatarJourney Plotter 29 August 2018

I'm happy to inform you development has started on Journey Plotter v2.0. Some highlights:

  • Highly customisable user interface
  • Much faster loading of ship's data, and improved data presentation
  • If available, more than just the noon position will be shown
  • Smoother animation of ship icon
  • Search for text

Development is ongoing, no release date has been set yet. To wet your appetite I've recorded a preview video of the new Journey Plotter in action.

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JP AvatarJourney Plotter 12 January 2018

Released Journey Plotter version 1.10.

It's available from thepage, which also lists the changes.

JP Avatar250 Royal Navy WW1 Ships 21 September 2017

Today the 250th Royal Navy WW1 ship has been added.
For a full list of available ships, click the button below, or the ship icon in the menu.
Keep checking regularly, the list is still growing.

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JP-M AvatarJourney Plotter Mobile 15 April 2016

Released Journey Plotter Mobile for Androidâ„¢.

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Journey Plotter Mobile for Androidâ„¢JP-M AvatarJourney Plotter Mobile is the Journey Plotter version for Androidâ„¢. It can be used on both phones and tablets.Learn Morenavigate_nextResearch ResourcesA comprehensive list of links accumulated byeditors.
They are used as a source for research whilst editing the official log-books of Royal Navy ships from the World War 1 era.
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Many thanks to the late Gordon Smith for graciously letting us use the information available from.

Thanks in equal measure to Silvia Cavalieri for her valuable help with the graphics and testing the applications. For the latter also Steeleye needs a warm word of appreciation.

Thanks to Caro for helping me with my shortcomings with the English language.

And thanks, of course, to all those volunteers who transcribed and edited the log-books.