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Is this the port ferry to Sardinia
I really liked the new view showing more of the port. That palm tree, which has grown quite a bit and will continue to obstruct even more in the future including for those who like looking at the cute coffee shop umbrellas, is the prominent object in the field of view: a waste of a video feed. I was excited to see a new view with more subject matter. Any change over the past few years was appreciated. Oh well...
☹ , I watched just a few ten minute periods with that very temporary view. Had I known it was not going to last long------ still I EnJoy EnJoy
Well that did not last long the other view is a lot more interesting than this one I don’t understand why they cannot leve it on the other view
Please keep this view. It's a lot more interesting. I believe it will get a lot more views with this view of the port.
11aug18--I looked in last night and was not sure what was going on. A 'live-cam' position change is usually good and interesting. We've had this view for a short time before. THANK YOU to the host of this 'live cam' GIGLIO NEWS .
I do prefer this view to the other one you can see a lot more That happens in the port just a pity the tree blokes the view to the left
Interesting to see the work going on in the port at the moment. It would seem that some of the old moorings have been removed and a new concrete quay is being put in.
I too was mesmerised by the parbuckling of the Costa Concordia and fell in love with this beautiful island. I believe the anniversary of the grounding of the ship is in a few days time. My thoughts go to all those who died and their relatives and admiration to all those involved in the rescue of the passengers and crew and everyone who took part in righting the ship and restoring the waters, hopefully to it's former beauty.
29OCT17--years ago I had found the HOST 's web site due to my interest in the engineering feat of parbuckling the Costa Concordia, I would have 5 or 6 'tabs' open each with a giglio news 'still shot cam'. IIRC the ship had been floated away to Genoa but there was still lots of activity related to that incident in the Giglio port,,I would open a browser , load up a different cam in its own tab , then go back and watch each cam for several minutes. My jaw hit the floor and my eyes bugged out and I questioned just how many adult beverages I had consumed. The main 'port of Giglio' cam seemed to be broken , it was not showing 5 or 6 pictures every minute, but what seemed like hundreds or even thousands of pictures every minute. HA HA , my introduction to SkylineWebcam's 'live cams'. Sadly I don't view Giglio nearly as much now as back then. You can guess why. Interestingly enough on one of the host's other cams one can still see the barge with the big host/crane used in reconstructing the sea floor. ( at least I think that is what that barge is), A big THANK YOU to the host of this 'live cam' GIGLIO NEWS .
oh good, back to the original viewpoint.......
interesting new viewpoint but Iiked seeing the cafe
THIS CAM IS BEGGING FOR A MICROPHONE