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Port of Bermuda

A 24/7 live streaming HD-quality Internet video broadcast produced by PTZtv in association with the National Museum of Bermuda.
Watch cruise ships, yachts, ferries, sail and fishing boats or just simply marvel at our fabulous island views. Don’t miss our cruise ship coverage including Norwegian Escape and Anthem of the Seas. Live vicariously through your friends and family, visiting beautiful Bermuda on ships from Royal Caribbean InternationalCarnival Cruise LineNorwegian Cruise LineCelebrity CruisesPrincess CruisesCrystal CruisesMarella Cruises and more. Explore a day in the life of the Royal Naval Dockyard with our round-the-clock Port Fever archives. Take a Bermuda vacation every day and join us for the sights and sounds of this beautiful island destination.

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Bermuda Cahow – Ocean View

This Live streaming Webcam of Bermuda Cahow – Ocean View, takes you to Nonsuch Island, a Nature Reserve in St George’s Parish, Bermuda.
Here you will see a pleasing ocean view as well as a perspective to the burrows! You can also spot the Cahow, home to one of the rarest seabirds in the world, a critically endangered species though to be extinct for 300 years, when one bird has found in 1951!
Nonsuch Island is part of the Castle Harbour Islands Nature Reserve, home to crucial conservation work by the Bermuda Department of Environment and Natural Resource, to preserve and revive the Cahow species. Such work includes the manmade burrows, as well as spreading the importance of preserving the animals and environments on Bermuda, as through the live webcams!

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RHADC Hamilton Harbor, Bermuda

The moving live RHADC webcam looks out over the yacht club, Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club, in Hamilton Inner Harbour on Bermuda‘s main island.
Across Hamilton Harbour lies Hamilton, the capital city of Bermuda.
The Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club, established in 1882, welcomes visiting sport fishing boats and yachts. It has a beautiful marina, bars and dining, and a variety of facilities for members in the sheltered harbour between Paget Parish and Hamilton City. The club also offers year-round sailing lessons to children and adults, with a great numbers of its sailors competing in the International Optimist Dinghy Association (IODA) regattas.

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Bermuda Web Cam

Views from centrally located Pembroke’s North Shore, covering Dockyard to St. George’s, and areas in between.  Sorry, no audio.  Occasionally, the webcam will be manually controlled.  To those who “Like”, thank you.

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