Video

Webcam Wisconsin Point (Duluth)


published on 28 October 2020 66

Found on YouTube. Created by "Duluth Harbor Cam".
Located at the Superior Entry to the Duluth-Superior Harbor, the Wisconsin Point Cam is perfectly located to catch the large and small craft as they move through the Canal.

This camera is made possible with help from the Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center, and the many viewers who so generously support these cameras.

Operational Notes:
Once the bow of the boat enters the canal, the camera signal will be lost until the boat is passed by the camera, then it will turn back on. This is due to the boats being taller than the pole that the antenna is located on.
Wisconsin, USA
What's your opinion on this?
Login or register to write comments and join the discussion!
Read more...

Video 24/7 Live Webcam - Duluth Canal

From atop the Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center in Duluth, these cameras provide one of the most intimate views of Duluth's Aerial Lift Bridge and Shipping Canal. Watch ships from around the world arrive and depart the Twin Ports as they traverse the cold waters of Lake Superior. The cameras are owned by the Corps of Engineers' Lake Superior Maritime Visitor Center https://www.lsmma.com with funding from visitors like you. (camera operations provided by Dennis O'Hara northernimages.com)....

0

Video Webcam Duluth Harbor

Live Stream for Duluthharborcam.com

0

Video Webcam Duluth Bayfront

The Duluth Bayfront Camera overlooks Bayfront Park and the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge.
The camera is one in a family of live cameras that cam be found at duluthharborcam.com

0

Video Pilot boat - Port of Patras

Pilot's boat port of Patras

0

Video Setubal Pilot Station to Eco Oil Jetty

Ship receiving pilot at the pilot station and proceeding to jetty.

1

Video BRO DELIVERER inbound River Clyde 08JUL20

River Clyde inbound to Rothesay Dock (Clydebank) Fuel Berth
~hours of darkness~
BRO DELIVERER (146m x 22m)
08 July 2020

0

Video Berthing alongside ice is not easy

North East Approach to Eydehavn were covered with ice. Navigation and maneuvering required skills and knowledge to bring the vessel safely alongside

0

Article Maritime Big Data in Demand - Vessels on a Map Is No Longer Cutting It

by GateHouse Maritime A/S - published on 30 October 2019

In the last couple of years several paid as well as free tools have made it easier than ever to access vessels on a map. Although vessels shown on a map have their place, authorities and industry are understanding the greater potential and value of the underlying AIS data.

0

Video Pilot Boat Self-Righting Test

Testing Self-righting properties of the new Kewatec Pilot 1630.

0