The maritime industry relies heavily on vessel tracking systems to ensure the safety, security, and efficiency of maritime operations. This abstract presents a comprehensive overview of the design considerations and principles involved in creating an intuitive vessel tracking interface. Efficient vessel tracking is pivotal for maritime stakeholders, including port authorities, shipping companies, and regulatory bodies, to monitor vessel movements, prevent accidents, and optimize shipping routes. However, existing vessel tracking interfaces often suffer from usability and accessibility issues, hindering their effectiveness. This abstract delves into the multifaceted process of designing a vessel tracking interface that addresses these challenges. It begins by discussing the key functionalities required for effective tracking, such as real-time position updates, historical voyage data, and collision avoidance alerts. Additionally, it explores the integration of AIS (Automatic Identification System) and satellite tracking technologies to provide accurate and up-to-date information. User-centered design principles play a crucial role in ensuring that the interface is user-friendly and accessible to a diverse range of stakeholders. Human-computer interaction (HCI) methodologies, including user personas, usability testing, and iterative prototyping, are emphasized throughout the design process. Furthermore, the abstract highlights the importance of data visualization techniques to convey complex maritime information intuitively. It discusses the use of maps, charts, and data layers to present vessel positions, routes, and environmental conditions in a visually comprehensible manner. Considering the increasing reliance on mobile devices, the abstract also touches upon the design of responsive vessel tracking interfaces that adapt to various screen sizes and orientations.