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Re: Webcam to watch your boat -- Done! And how-to.

Just did Facetime from the boat for the first time. It was excellent. We registered the ipod touch 4 we have and called someone on land. Gave him a visual tour and everything. Excellent technology!

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Re: Webcam to watch your boat -- Done! And how-to.

Bump, since another thread was getting close to this topic.

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Re: Webcam to watch your boat -- Done! And how-to.

This is definitely the best thread for webcam stuff.

Do you have any dashcam footage of the De-Poopinator, Bene?
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"Intruder" on board

Yesterday I got an emailed alarm from the boat. There was an "intruder" on board.


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I took a look at the attached pictures and discovered... it was the marina manager. They hauled me back out yesterday.

Pretty nice that it all worked.

This is right up there with when I got the bilge pump alarm a couple weeks ago, when they splashed us to launch a boat we were blocking.

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Re: Webcam to watch your boat -- Done! And how-to.

That is awesome! This is going on my "to do" list, though not at #1 priority.
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