Welcome to SunDiegoLive.com! You are watching a live picture of downtown San Diego & the bay from the Bali Hai on Shelter Island. The call letters below the live view are of local San Diego radio stations - click to listen live. Click "NOAA" to listen live to the national weather service radio broadcast for San Diego County.
July 4, 2013 @ 9PM: Don't miss the 13th Annual "Big Bay Boom" fireworks show! “A Salute to the Military Families of our Service Heroes”, it is the largest event on the west coast! After last years "Big Bay Bust", when all fireworks on all barges went off simultaneously in only 18 seconds, the show has some make up work to do. It's expected to be spectacular!
UPGRADE UPDATE: Cox has setup a temporary circuit of bonded cable modems that should last us until end of summer, when they will be able to finish the fiber install. There is a problem with the conduits in the street, and so they will be digging up the street over the summer to fix them. Until then, we have plenty of bandwidth to play with. We are fine tuning everything and testing some new things too - the cam may be intermittent for brief periods. We plan on adding two new cameras at Tom Ham's facing to the south and the east, and also the current camera at the Bali Hai will be upgraded. We are also actively looking for new locations around the bay. If you have a location that you would like to share, please contact us!
There is a problem with the radio feeds. It should be resolved sometime on Monday.
The Tom Ham's Lighthouse remodel is complete and the restaurant has reopened. The new Tom Ham's Lighthouse is absolutely spectacular - if you live in San Diego or are visiting, we highly recommend that you enjoy a lunch or dinner and soak in the stunning view. It is easily one of the best views in San Diego - a MUST SEE. To make a reservation, call (619) 291-9110.
Improved iPad, iPhone and Android performance - please let us know how it is working for you.
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.
Want to see more of the San Diego Web Cam? Install the new SunDiegoLive.com screen saver for all Windows PC's. The screen saver will display a new still from the live camera every six minutes. Run this installer and select the "SunDiegoLive" screen saver in the configuration box.
We would like to thank the Bali Hai and Tom Ham's Lighthouse for donating awesome camera locations. If you're ever in San Diego, stop by and enjoy a great dinner with an incredible view of San Diego. Their phone number for reservations is +1.619.222-1181