From North Vancouver to Alaska – CRUISE SHIP SCHEDULE.A big thanks to our sponsors who help make this Alaska Cruise Ship web camera possible.All the webcams are continually checked to exist - we analyse that every single cam is working, so we're the most current cam directory online.

Depending on the time of day, and amount of sunlight, images of the Vancouver cruise ships may appear faded.

Early morning and early evening are the best times to view Canada Place and the cruise ships. Check out the included schedule of arrivals and departures to find the ship of your choice.

VHF-72: Local fisherman mostly VHF-77: Port operations (intership only) The cruise ship schedule is listed below.

If you want to watch the cruise ships then please note the exact time they arrive in San Diego in is never really known, but they tend to arrive in the morning and leave in the evening.

You are watching a live picture of downtown San Diego & the bay through six webcams located at Tom Ham's Lighthouse on Harbor Island, the Bali Hai on Shelter Island and Cabrillo National Monument on the tip of Point Loma.

The call letters below the harbor view are of local San Diego radio stations - click to listen live.

In the early morning hours, you can see the cruise ships dock here.

Then, later in the early evenings, watch the cruise ships as they push back into the harbour (disappearing momentarily on the left side of your screen) and then set sail for Alaska (traveling from left to right across your screen).

The CANADA PLACE – VANCOUVER to ALASKA CRUISE SHIP CAM is located in North Vancouver (on Vancouver’s North Shore) and points towards downtown Vancouver to show visitors a fabulous view of the Vancouver Convention Centre and Canada Place (home to many of the summer’s Alaska cruise ships).