I’m improved the layout of the main ShipWatcher page to give it a more “modern” look and feel.
The functionality is the same, except that a few of the links are now along the top, and the right-hand side-bar is less cluttered.
Please let me know what you think!
I’ve changed the server that ShipWatcher.com is hosted on.
Hopefully you won’t notice any difference, although there are occasional unavoidable increases in response time.
If you encounter any major issues, please let me know.
Cruise Ship Pacific Sun recently finished her time in Australia with P&O and sailed to Singapore to join a Chinese company conducting cruises out of China.
Here’s a video of her final voyage as “Pacific Sun” arriving in Brisbane then sailing up the Queensland coast, through Torres Straight to Singapore.
While cleaning up the ShipWatcher database I found some great looking photos and thought you might enjoy them.
Thanks to everyone who clicked on the “take photo” button on the ShipWatcher main page to capture these pictures!
SUN PRINCESS at ShipWatcher DIAMOND PRINCESS at ShipWatcher DIAMOND PRINCESS at ShipWatcher CRYSTAL SYMPHONY at ShipWatcher Nordkapp at […]
VQE2.com displays a virtual webcam of Queen Elizabeth 2, showing images from the webcam of the classic ocean liner from her sailing days up till November 2008.
Unfortunately we had a bug where the website was accidentally showing images from the webcam of Cunards newest ship, Queen Elizabeth. The confusion occurred because both ships share […]
P&O has a new ship: Azura.
I’ve added her webcam to ShipWatcher. Click this link to add her to your favorites.
I’ve added new webcams for two of Royal Caribbean’s ships: Oasis of the Seas and Voyager of the Seas.
If you’d like to add these ships, just click on “Preferences”, scroll to the bottom of the page, and tick the RCI ships that you want to look at, or click this link to add them […]
I’ve added Ocean Village and Ocean Village 2 to ShipWatcher.
They’ll soon be transferred to P&O’s Australian fleet, but by adding them now, you’ll be able to watch them on their final voyages for their current company.
You can follow them here: Ocean Village on ShipWatcher Ocean Village 2 on ShipWatcher
I’ve added Carnival’s latest ship, Carnival Dream to ShipWatcher.
At over 1000 feet in length, Dream is the largest ship in Carnival’s fleet.
She was built by Fincatieri in Italy, and leaves on her maiden voyage today, from Civitavecchia near Rome.
Even though you might not be able to be there on her maiden […]
I’ve moved the ShipWatcher blog from Blogger to the WordPress platform, and hope you like the changes.
Please update your browser favourites, and RSS readers.
I wanted to say a special thank-you to all the photographers who made their work available under the Creative Commons license and let me use their images as banners on […]