View one of these 15 Pacific Ocean cruise region port cameras by selecting the camera name below.
You will also find these cruise region port camera selections on the "Port Cameras" menu.
Cameras Side Menu
If you choose to use the cameras side menu, on smaller screens and mobile devices, you will first need to click the "three bars icon" to open and view the menu. The top button on the menu will toggle between the Cruise "Ship Cameras" menu and the Cruise "Port Cameras" menu.
Cameras Side Menu Legend
|LIVE Streaming Video:|
|LIVE Streaming Audio:|
|User Controllable Camera:|
|Daylight Only Camera:|
|Not Updating / Inactive Camera:|
|Newly Installed Camera:|
Cruise Port Camera Images Update Automatically
Some cruise port cameras are live streaming video cameras. Those that aren't live streaming cameras display static images which are updated between once every 30 seconds to once every fifteen minutes. To make sure you don't miss any updates from the static image cameras we automatically look for a new image every 30 seconds. This will ensure you always have the latest image without having to manually reload/refresh any page.
Reporting A Broken Camera
At the bottom of each cruise ship & cruise port camera page you will find a button to "Report An Issue". Clicking on this link will create and send an issue report for that specific camera. It's that easy and it will help us to keep all our cruise cameras fully functioning.
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