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Hawaiian Live Cams

Discussion in 'Local Reference' started by justleesa, Sep 29, 2005.

  1. justleesa

    justleesa Neither here nor there ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Last edited: Feb 24, 2010
  2. Wildcard

    Wildcard Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives:
    Location: Alaska
    I have a link somewhere for live cams in Alaska.
  3. redrover

    redrover Solo Diver

    # of Dives: 200 - 499
    Location: Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
  4. chepar

    chepar Contributor

    The only live cams I know of are the traffic cams. Not exactly what you're looking for, I'm thinking. :wink:

    I checked out the camera in front of the Duke Kahanamoku statue that you posted a link to - it was pretty entertaining - I kind of felt like a peeping Tom. It's surprising the number of people lining up to take pictures in front of it at 6:30 a.m.
  5. dlndavid

    dlndavid 私は寿司およびアジア女性を食べるだScubaBoard Supporter

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: California Norte
    Lisa, there are tons of them. I've even seen one in Cozumel UW, looking at a reef.
    Just type in Hawaii Web Cam in your browser. Here's one for Hawaii :D
  6. Shaka Doug

    Shaka Doug Contributor

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    Location: Kihei, Maui, Hawaii 96753, middle of the 808!
    Try this link to one of the best beach webcams I've ever seen. I think it's "down" right now but when it's working it's really cool. It's a live streaming video of Charley Young Beach in Kihei, facing towards Molokini Crater.

  7. justleesa

    justleesa Neither here nor there ScubaBoard Supporter

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    it is funny, isn't it? would they do what they do if they knew they were on camera???

    Thanks for all the links folks! I put them together and posted them in my first post. Some really cool stuff, love the one from Mauna Kea! :wink:
  8. bluemagoo

    bluemagoo Solo Diver

    You can get stills and, supposedly, streaming video at www.surfline.com. Look down the leftside of the homepage and you should see a list of cams, mostly for Oahu North Shore beaches but one or two south shore spots. You have to sit through a streaming surf ad or two before the still pic pops up. Doesn't really show dive spots but at least it's a clue....
  9. -=>Larry<=-

    -=>Larry<=- Instructor, Scuba

    # of Dives: 500 - 999
    Location: Austin, TX
    OK - It's 6:45 and I'm in a room right across the street - So, my wierd experience is walking to the window, checking the action [3 guys going up on the stone in turns] then returning to my screen to see them! It's real folks - but about 30 seconds delayed. If I had my coffee yet, I'd be quite amused!
  10. justleesa

    justleesa Neither here nor there ScubaBoard Supporter

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    lol....Run down to starbucks!

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