The sea levels are monitored at Gan, Mele and Hanimaadhoo around the Maldives not Kandooma and are monitored at University of Hawaii Sea 154 Level Cente
have read online that there is wave monitoring in various places along the sea line so guess these 2apparatus must be monitors
Just 2 rocks
Anyone know what the "2 partially submerged small structures are" at the shoreline in mid of the camera view- they look as tho they have fan blades attached to them as , when the wave hits, the fanblades turn- thanks
would be nice to hear the sound of the waves, if possible....thx
Amazing pic taken by Anna of a drone right in front of the camera!
Sam , I thought it was some type of energy source. They look like boat motors to me.
Nice to see you Capture........hey good picture!!!!
27jun18-- OIST -- Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University : Okinawa, Japan. The Wave Energy project, which is kindly supported by Holiday Inn Resort Kandooma Maldives, will test prototype WEC-units (Wave Energy Converter) on Kandooma island. The red arrow marks the experimental site location, where the stable swells are arriving from the Indian Ocean in a southeasterly direction. EnJoy EnJoy
I suggest changing the position of the camera so we can see more than just the waves.
21jun18-- A Thank You to our host, Oist , for sponsoring this 'live cam' view of Kandooma Fushi beach, splendid. Welcome to SkylineWebcams.