You are watching a live stream of the Saint Clair River in Port Huron, Michigan, for people who enjoy watching ships. You are welcome to join our chat, but keep in mind that we have established rules. Please check them out below.
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Real Time Ship Tracking: https://www.marinetraffic.com/en/ais/home/centerx:-82.3/centery:42.8/zoom:10
Port Huron Scanner Audio: https://bit.ly/2TJFdS1
Google Map :https://goo.gl/maps/15AkVAdAbYVcnK4FA
Navigation Chart: https://bit.ly/2LddLsc
Current Conditions: https://www.weather.gov/greatlakes/
Rules of the River: https://bit.ly/2RRZcNw
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ABOUT THIS FEED:
Port Huron, Michigan is located on the St. Clair River at the mouth of Lake Huron. The river flows between Lake Huron and Lake St. Clair and is about 40 miles long. Port Huron is 60 miles northeast of Detroit.
You’ll see dozens of vessels a day, including freighters, tankers, tugs, barges, salties, passenger ships, international visitors and other vessels.
The shipping season on the Great Lakes normally runs from mid to late March through early January. However, the severity of the winter will impact the exact dates the shipping lanes open and close. Winter is also an opportunity to catch an ice breaker in action!
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