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5-Metre Deep Underwater Webcam Goes Live off the Croatian Coast


Live underwater cam placed near Šibenik (photo credit: Šibenik Meteo)

Live webcams are now fairly common all over Croatia, letting people check out views of town centres and promenades. Now there is an option for those curious about underwater world in Croatia but not in a position to go diving…

Thanks to the Ruđer Bošković and the Šibenik Meteo Association, people can now check out what is going on underwater – live. A webcam has been placed 5 metres underwater at Martinska near Šibenik, which is located between Zadar and Split on the Dalmatian coast.

During the day the sun will provide lighting for the camera, and at night reflectors will be used (between 8pm-11pm).

You can visit the live webcam on the link here.

(photo: Šibenik Meteo)

(photo: Šibenik Meteo)

You may have to be patient however to get a glimpse of some action. You can check out a gallery of some shots taken from the webcam here.

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