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The Oyster Cam is a live web cam which updates its images here every 45 seconds. Visit the Port of Peninsula site where broadband users can see a new image every 15 seconds.
The Port of Peninsula is located in the middle of the Long Beach Peninsula at Nahcotta on Willapa Bay and has about 90 leased slips. A Brow Hoist Boat Sling is available for lifting boats (30′ and under) into and out of Willapa Bay. Power and water are available, as is a public boat launch ramp and the only boat sewage pumpout station located on Willapa Bay. The Port of Peninsula boasts the only fully approved, above ground, commercial fueling facility on Willapa Bay. The triple walled, steel tank can hold 4,000 gallons marine diesel and 2,000 gallons unleaded gasoline. Much of the Port’s fuel sales are a result of fifteen Oyster Dredges working out of the Port.
Thanks to Port of Peninsula for allowing us to showcase the Oyster Cam on this site.