Ship Cam - Port Huron, Michigan Container Ship Vlog #21 (Footage 1 day ago   00:00

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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.
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Container Ship Vlog #21 (Footage Ship Cam - Port Huron, Michigan 1 day ago   23:31

Well this is the next video in this vlog series and it is footage from when we were on the European side. I always try to make videos from my point of view and now overproduce. I just try to make it real and let you all come along with me in my day to day life on the ship so I hope you enjoy it. I always love to hear your comments and suggestions and I would always love to meet up with you guys when I have free time in port....I hope you all have a great new year 2019. I posted some video from how I spent New Years Eve here on the channel so check it out. I am also just lately on Twitter so connect with me there. TWITTER @jeffs_vlogs
To contact me email at and allow time for me to reply....I am always on the go...