HD Webcams on (and around) St. John
Seeing is believing. And almost as good as being there...
We've collected a few of the highest quality live webcams around St. John and the Virgin Islands.
Feel free to stare. Enjoy the daily sunrises and sunsets. Watch the palm trees wave in the breeze. Stalk some people frolicking on the beach or wave at your friends as they hop off the ferry in St. John. Coming soon: dream of sitting at the new Beach Bar listening to some live music, watching the sunset.
Our camera is mounted on the soffit of the east side of our Great Room and looks over Hart & Rendezvous Bay on St. John's south shore. We've seen sailboat races, hurricanes, surfers, and even whales.
Tropical Storm Dorian: August 2019
Right ‘on time’ in late August 2019, we’ve got our first named storm tracking into the Caribbean.
Keep up with our on-island perspective and interpretations of various forecasts and updates. Read the live updates on TS Dorian and another year of Trying to Reason with Hurricane Season from Steve (and Carrie).
Calichi at Picture Point
What can we say but “wow!” This new pan tilt zoom (PTZ) camera shows an awesome view from the second highest point on St. John. Watch boats in Drake Channel, see people bellied up to Lime Out in Hansen Bay or watch the clouds just drift over the US and British Virgin Islands. SOON COME May 2019!
St. John Spice Cam
Another camera that got a serious upgrade after the 2017 Hurricanes, the StJohnSpice.com cam looks east over the ferry dock in Cruz Bay. Expect to see incoming vacationers and locals waving at their friends as they arrive on St. John almost hourly.
Grande Bay Resort
The first camera back online after the 2017 Hurricanes, the Grande Bay Resort camera looks over all of Cruz Bay. You can watch your friends come in on the ferry or look for that boat you're chartering on your next trip.
Soggy Dollar Bar
Re-installed only a few months after Irma & Maria smashed through, back on Old Year’s Eve of 2017, the Soggy cam is mounted on the newly rebuilt Soggy Dollar Bar on Jost Van Dyke in the BVI and looks south over White Bay. Expect boats, beverages, bikinis, and the more than occasional party on White Bay.
Beach Bar of St. John
This camera is mounted over the Beach Bar in Cruz Bay and currently shows the rebuild process going on at Wharfside Village.
(currently under construction)
Coral Bay Views
A unique webcam looking over St. John's Coral Bay and across nearly all of the British Virgin Islands. This camera is mounted on Coconut Hill Cottage & Tropical Tree House villa and sees some amazing Caribbean sunrises.