Deerfield Beach Cams

Spinner the Sea Cam - cartoon robot with a glass dome head that mimics the underwater camera.

Welcome to the amazing view of the Deerfield Beach underwater camera located in South Florida. 

Currently, the underwater camera will only be operating business hours (8am to 5pm). 

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DISCLAIMER: The underwater webcam streaming and images are solely for informative and entertainment purposes, and should not be used for any surveillance or any other lawful or unlawful purpose.  The City has no control over and does not assume responsibility for, any content or information shown on the webcam.  By viewing footage from the webcam, you acknowledge and agree that you are viewing the webcam at your own risk and that the City is not responsible for any content shown on the webcam. Additionally, you acknowledge and agree that the City shall not be liable for any claims resulting from your access to, use of, or inability to access or use the webcams or any conduct or content of any third party on the webcam. Swimming, snorkeling, and diving are prohibited 150 feet around the pier. Section 50-112(f) of the City Code prohibits swimming, paddling, kayaking, surfing, or kiteboard/surfing within 50 yards or 150 feet of the City fishing pier. Section 46-8 of the City Code makes it unlawful to destroy any building or other thing belonging to or under the control and care of the City. Pursuant to Section 806.13, Florida Statutes, a person commits the offense of criminal mischief if he or she willfully and maliciously injures or damages by any means any real or personal property belonging to another.  If the damage is $200 or less, it is a second-degree misdemeanor.  If the damage is $1,000 or greater, or if there is interruption or impairment of a business operation or public communication, transportation, supply of water, gas or power, or other public service which costs $1,000 or more in labor and supplies to restore, it is a third-degree felony.

Swimming, snorkeling, and diving are prohibited 150 feet around the pier. Section 50-112(f) of the City Code prohibits swimming, paddling, kayaking, surfing, or kiteboard/surfing within 50 yards or 150 feet of the City fishing pier. 

Section 46-8 of the City Code makes it unlawful to destroy any building or other thing belonging to or under the control and care of the City. Pursuant to Section 806.13, Florida Statutes, a person commits the offense of criminal mischief if he or she willfully and maliciously injures or damages by any means any real or personal property belonging to another.  If the damage is $200 or less, it is a second-degree misdemeanor.  If the damage is $1,000 or greater, or if there is interruption or impairment of a business operation or public communication, transportation, supply of water, gas or power, or other public service which costs $1,000 or more in labor and supplies to restore, it is a third-degree felony. 

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View our DFB Fish Guide to identify what fish you will most commonly see: http://dfb.city/1737/DFB-Fish-Guide  

If you find a fish not currently on the fish guide, please send us your photo through our Facebook platform and we will give you proper acknowledgments of your find. We love your enthusiasm and participation and greatly appreciate your help in making this project successful. 

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Welcome to the amazing view of the Deerfield Beach Blue. Our crowning jewel is packed daily with fishermen anxious to take a bow to a tarpon or pick a fight with a feisty Barracuda. Be prepared when you tune in to catch a glimpse of everything from a parrotfish posing for Spinner the Sea Cam, to sharks or even playful sea turtles. During the winter months, you might even see Jellyfish bouncing around the neighborhood. You will be mesmerized by the variety of multi-colored reef fish wrestling for the spotlight. The view of the DFB Blue will easily provide moments of zen to your day, but we hope that this awesome wonder will serve as a reminder that we all have a responsibility to take care of the ocean and everything in it. Be wise and do your part to keep the ocean and its creatures free of plastics and other harmful materials. Deerfield Beach… more than just a pretty beach! 

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DISCLAIMER: The cameras will now ONLY be streamed Monday – Friday, 8 AM – 5 PM. 

REMEMBER: The underwater camera is located at the bottom of the ocean and is subjected to the natural elements of the sea like heavy wind, strong current, storms and heavy rain, and substantial wave action due to its location in a high surf zone. It will go down on occasion or become glitchy on certain days. The natural elements will also dictate what direction the camera faces. This equipment and your view are at the mercy of Mother Nature. 

Please be patient and kind with your comments and emails. 

We hope you enjoy the view into the Deerfield Beach blue! Our City Beach cameras showcase our surf, sand and sea. Please note that weather conditions will affect camera visibility. Enjoy the view! 

Disclaimer: It is prohibited to swim and dive around or under the International Fishing Pier.
Sec. 50-112. - Municipal/public beach regulations.