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Welcome to SunDiegoLive.com! You are watching a live picture of downtown San Diego & the bay through six webcams located at Tom Ham's Lighthouse on Harbor Island, the Bali Hai on Shelter Island and Cabrillo National Monument on the tip of Point Loma. The call letters below the harbor view are of local San Diego radio stations - click to listen live. Click "NOAA" to listen live to the national weather service radio broadcast for San Diego County. Click on any of the VHF buttons to listen to VHF marine radio.
FCC COMPLAINT UPDATE: Our Net Neutrality complaint
with the FCC against Time Warner Cable has been closed by the FCC
without comment. It can be found here for your review. Please contact their CEO
and voice your opinion. Tell them you demand peering with AS29697!
While viewers on Cox, RCN and more than 1290 other ISP's around the
world are enjoying our views of San Diego in 720p, TWC customers now
have the option of subscribing to a paid VPN service to receive our streaming
This month the San Diego Web Cam celebrates its 16th birthday.
To celebrate, we are enabling streaming all month long - even to those
ISP's behaving as GateKeeper! Enjoy!
720p Image Quality & peering: We have adopted a Streaming Media Distribution Policy.
SDL Screen Saver: Want to see more of the San Diego Web Cam? Install the SunDiegoLive.com screen saver for all Windows PC's. The screen saver will display a new still from the live camera every six minutes. Run this installer and select the "SunDiegoLive" screen saver in the configuration box. v2 now supports desktops with mulitple monitors by displaying a different camera on each monitor.
An image archive is available on our Facebook page. Click the Facebook icon at the bottom of your browser window to get there. A new twitter feed is also available. Also, time lapse videos have been posted to our new YouTube channel.
Marine VHF frequencies:
VHF-12: Port operations
VHF-13: Bridge to Bridge
VHF-16: International Distress, Safety and Calling - good to hear alerts about ships about to come or go, listen for "SECURITAY SECURITAY SECURITAY" (the French pronunciation of "Security").
VHF-72: Local fisherman mostly
VHF-77: Port operations (intership only)
The cruise ship schedule is listed below. If you want to watch the cruise ships then please note the exact time they arrive in San Diego in is never really known, but they tend to arrive in the morning and leave in the evening.