With the arrival of the Hon James L Oberstar this morning the 2019 Shipping Season in Duluth has come to an end.
There will be two more boats arriving tomorrow in Superior.
I hope the Harbor Cams have provided a window to the Northland for you to view boats, weather, and people throughout the year.
Shipping will begin again in about 8 weeks. All of the cameras will continue to operate during the off season so we can watch the ever changing sunrises and weather.
I will be working on some improvements to the internet services and other networking structures during the off season.
2020 Look Ahead
1.Upgrade the network at Harbor Hub
2. Make network improvement at the Marine Museum and possibly upgrade the Canal Cam and use the existing Canal Cam to replace the Bridge Cam.
3. Continue to evaluate Youtube Streaming compared to Angelcam.
The cameras have taken a beating this year and I am very pleased with their performance. There will always be issues to fix, but, I very much enjoy doing this service.
Many thanks to all the viewers and supports throughout the season who have been so generous in support of the cams.
Have a wonderful winter season!
Thank you for what you do!ReplyDelete
Obviously, it i enjoyed by many people!ReplyDelete
Thank you from Louisville, KY!! Getting to Duluth is on my bucket list! I'm from Southern MN and get up there once or twice a year. Only wish I could hear the announcements better when the ships come in and leave. Love their horns too.ReplyDelete
thanks dennis,great job as usual,really enjoy the cams.ReplyDelete
Have been watching this site first from California, now from Missouri. Love it! Thanks so much for all you do, Dennis! You're the best!ReplyDelete
Thank you Den, for all you do. I watch the harbor cams from Los Angeles. I moved here from Minnesota so I can enjoy seeing the snow without having to drive in it.ReplyDelete
Thank you. ❤️ these cams.ReplyDelete
Thanks Den Your hard work and dedicationReplyDelete
Terry in Millville, Ohio
Check your cameras almost every day. Enjoy watching the ships.Thank you from Bluffton, OhioReplyDelete
The end of another great season. Looking forward to ice fishing and seeing the Ice Breakers in March. Thanks Dennis.ReplyDelete
I have been watching ships come and go all summer and loved every bit of it, now, as I did last winter, watch as the ice fishing season goes full bore, I am so glad there are live cameras to watch, gets boring sometimes here in Grand Forks, thank youReplyDelete
Yes, thank you very much for providing us this great entertainment right to our own homes.ReplyDelete
I really appreciate all that you do Dennis. I spend my free time watching the cameras. I will very much miss them during the off season. I hope you can get some rest. Can't wait until spring.ReplyDelete
Thank you for the enjoyment we have had! Looking forward to watching the winter unfold and spring season coming. Have a great winter and thank you Dennis!ReplyDelete
Thank you for all the work this year!ReplyDelete
Thank you for all the hours of enjoyment. And the hard work. God Bless.ReplyDelete
Thank you for all your hard work and helping us see the beautiful harbor views and the world of ships.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for all you do! For those of us who live in Florida, but love Duluth and Lake Superior, we live vicariously through you and the cameras. If you ever get to Orlando, let us know, we will gladly buy you lunch. Terry and CyndiReplyDelete
As always I'm sad to see the shipping season end but will continue to check out the webcams daily. Den thanks for your continued dedication to this website, you do a great job. I've been witnessing this site grow over the years as technology greatly improves and adding the youtube streaming is the best improvement. Have a safe winter and take time to enjoy the beauty of the northland in winter!ReplyDelete
Thanks for an incredible season and all you do :)ReplyDelete
Thank you Dennis. Really enjoy looking at all the webcams. You really do a great job. Thanks from New Jersey.ReplyDelete
Thank you for all you do! The cameras are greatly appreciated. Missing the big lake and ships very much here in Kansas.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for all that you do. I'm from Ohio and have visited Duluth and the North Shore many times, now I visit thru your cameras which I watch multiple times a day. Thanks again.ReplyDelete
Thank you for all of your hard work, and excellent coverage. The viewership continues to grow!!ReplyDelete
thanks so much for all you do. love watching all the activity.ReplyDelete
Lynda in Michigan
Thanks for all you do Dennis.ReplyDelete
Thank you for keeping us connected to Duluth/Superior area and your updated plans.
P.S. Thank you for all the supporters!!
Thank you sooooo much for your dedication & hard work! I thoroughly enjoy all the videos & photos.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your hard work, from another ex-Minnesotan (I see there are several of us)! Watching from Lexington, Kentucky. Brings back lots of great Duluth memories.ReplyDelete
Thank you; much enjoyed.ReplyDelete
Many thanks Dennis. Watched every day from across the pond in West Wales, UK.ReplyDelete
Great stuff, thanks!ReplyDelete
Den, thank you so much from Mike and I. We look at the Duluth cams every day, now that we are semi-retired. We love being able to hear the audio, too. Duluth and the North Shore are my favorite places, no matter what season. Best always, Shari and MikeReplyDelete
Thanks Dennis! We moved here after retirement for family reasons. Still miss Minnesota every day. Having the cameras to watch the ships and people is a touch of home and is very much appreciated.ReplyDelete
Is there a listing where each ship there are moored?ReplyDelete
will the lift bridge raise at all during the port shutdown. Do they even staff the control house. Thanks for maintaining and keeping the cameras online. We really enjoy them.ReplyDelete
Yes, Use the link below. It's updated often as booats moor for the winter.ReplyDelete
Thank you, got itDelete