Check out this website.

I like to use this site for fun.  You can track and also look out the cameras from your favorite ships.  You can also view cameras of ports and see your ships pull in.

Or view them from the ships bow and aft cameras.  Let me know how you like it or if you have used it before.  Just a hobby of mine.

 

Todd. 

http://www.cruisin.me/cruise-port-webcams/

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Sorry about the double post.

My favorite ships to view are Magic, Glory, Dream, Valor and Fantasy.

 

My Ports I look at are Grand Turk, St Thomas, Cozumel and Isle of Raton (Mahogany bay)

 

These are the only ships Ive been on.

We've begun mounting a GOPrO to the railing and enjoy looking back at the ports we've visited.

if you have the Ship Mate app you can view a lot of ships deck cams for a view from the bridge and the deck cams in real time.

I usually just go to the Ft. Lauderdale port cam and watch it when I know ships are coming/going. 

Great Website Happy

Yeah I know, thanks.  I stumbled upon it my accident one day looking for a cruise forum.

Great site... now in my favs....

I like it Big Smile

Thanks

Very cool!

Yeah, it can be interesting.  Sometimes the cameras stop working on ships but they get restored.  They usually update once a minute so Its almost like real time.  Lot of cruise ships to view as well.

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