We're talking to OpenSeaMap, but there are technical and licencing issues.
The costs of what we are doing are significantly higher than OpenStreetMap in terms of needing to manufacture data loggers, pay commercial
licences for some of the data like tide gauge feeds, have more powerful servers to cope with significantly larger data volumes etc, so to continue the project when our research
grant runs out at the end of this year we cannot take a 100% open source approach.
Basically the processed data wil be displayed on the web site, and made available as downloads for non-commercial use, but we reserve the right to exploit the data commercially.