Underwater Camera in Deerfield Beach, Florida

UPDATE 10/26/20 – We are under a rip current advisory. Since we will be removing the camera for repairs instead of just a quick temporary cleaning, the dive has been placed on hold. The camera will get dirtier as the weather and conditions persist. We are just as disappointed as you are, probably more.

Welcome to Spinner the Sea Cam’s amazing view of the Deerfield Beach underwater camera located in South Florida.

PLEASE NOTE: We are watching the view and monitoring this camera all day, every day. We know when it is dirty. Please be patient with us, as we are a small 3-person team. In addition to these cameras, we manage all communications in the City of Deerfield Beach. When the camera is dirty we must manage schedules to clean it and that must coincide with safe weather and water conditions. Please refrain from calling and emailing to let us know the camera is dirty and needs cleaning. We already know, and we are doing the best that we can to get down there as soon as possible. Finally, stay tuned as we are in the process of planning another, more lengthy dive to complete some other maintenance issues. We appreciate your understanding and encouragement as we work to continue providing you with beautiful views of the underwater world of Deerfield Beach.

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 kite board/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.

Please refrain from political, current events, and inappropriate jokes and talk. All drama needs to be left above the water, do not bring it down here below the surface. This is a family channel. This also includes no advertising of any sort.
To view what’s happening directly above the underwater camera, see our other live streams:

Beach Camera:
Pier Camera:

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


Nightbot Commands
!weather – this will give you the current weather conditions in DFB.
!DFBfish – quick link to the DFB Fish Guide
!recap – highlight video of the previous month
!shark – Have you seen the hammerhead?
!conditions – link to see today’s tides, water conditions, and temps.
!community – to see past fish mug shots

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Website: www.dfb.city

Planning to visit the Deerfield Beach International Fishing Pier, click here for rates and times:


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