Webcam links for the Disney Cruise Line ports of call.On the upper right hand corner of every page you will see Today’s Scheduled Ports of Call.The Ocean Voyager captures live footage of sea life, including sharks, manta rays, and fish.
The camera lives in the fairview slopes neighbourhood and looks north towards downtown Vancouver.
When you visit this type of facility, the exhibits often enable you to have a close view of sea animals such as fish, sea turtles, sharks, manta rays, penguins, sea lions, eels, whales, dolphins, octopuses, and more.
Watching these animals as they move through the water can be a fascinating experience.
Sun, moderate temps in the low 20's and sunset bbq's on the beach to go well past pm. Some municipalities even enforce water restrictions as they are running out of water - this seems shocking given the events of the last 8 months. Either fly immediately to your preferred choice of Mexico/Hawaii/anywhere-but-here, or hope the freezing levels are low enough to enjoy what will probably be some of the best skiing of the year. Go to work in the dark & rain at 8 am, come home in the dark & rain at 4 pm.
Get out there and pack a whole year's worth of adventures into one month. The gift from August usually lingers for the first half of September giving lots of sunny days.
With my new title in hand, I now provide the TRUE summary of weather in Vancouver. The odd clear day with temps near 10'C where you go for a run on the seawall and wonder what people in the rest of Canada are doing. February Rain, usually accompanied by a 1-2 week drought (as was the case during the 2010 Winter Olympics) where you actually start to miss the rain and subsequent awesome ski conditions in the mountains. If temps are slightly warmer, the snow in the mountain falls as rain and you remain miserable in the city. The cherry blossoms come out towards the end of the month and the ski days at Whistler are long and 'pleasant'. Usually a strange feeling of Ontario-envy kicks in at this point (don't worry it never lasts).