Happy New Year! Welcome to Sea Views from around the UK and across the Globe in 2019!
We reckon we have every county with a live streaming beach cam in Great Britain covered - from the Scilly Isles to the Shetlands - we've located them and provided the weblinks to each.
We have also located a number from across the globe from New Zealand to Canada, Japan to Brazil!
There are plenty more to be added in 2019 - some counties like Cornwall we don't yet have every livestreaming beach cam linked.
And there's plenty more art, photography and local information to come in 2019.
Enjoy the Sea Views Live!
Pebble Island, the family owned island home of the penguins of Pebble Beach are up for sale.
Situated off the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic, it is the last of the Harris Family's Falklands possessions, and with its five species of penguins and sea lions, it too is being sold.
See more on the BBC at:
This Christmas the short films that play before BBC programmes star a seaside town gathering around a Christmas tree - that seaside town is Cromer in Norfolk.
The film features the town's 117 year-old Victorian Pier and the Hotel De Paris, that dominate the town's Esplanade.
See the film and its production on the BBC at:
You can also see the view of the Pier and the sea live via our Sea View Live- Map page.
As Advent begins can you spy Christmas in Cornwall's Padstow Harbour!
View the harbour live via our Sea View Live - Map page.
See the sea and surfers at Japan's Kurihama Surf Beach live!
See the sea live on our Sea View Live - Map page
Yes, though it may be dark in the UK, the sunshine in Rio can still be seen on Copacabana Beach.
See the waves and the hustle and bustle of Copacabana's Waterfront, via our Sea View Live - Map page and listings.
Yes, using the Sea View Live map you can see live views of the sea from 'Sea to Shining Sea' - from the Atlantic Ocean in North Carolina to the Pacific Ocean in Hawaii and California.
So we wish the USA a Happy Thanksgiving!
See Blackpool's promenade illuminated by lightning bolts in Stephen Cheatley's world beating weather photograph.
The picture made Stephen the world's overall Weather Photographer of the Year, beating 4,000 other photographers.
His picture shows the promenade, Blackpool tower and the pier all lit up in a summer storm by a series of lightning bolts.
See the winning photograph at:
Ross Edgley became the first man to swim around mainland Great Britain, completing a 1,792 mile swim around the coast of the isle.
The 33 year-old fitness expert took five months to complete his epic adventure, swimming from and returning to Margate in Kent. Needing to eat constantly to keep his energy levels up, he consumed six meals a day aboard the support vessel, whilst in the water he was eating bananas.
Whilst his body could be protected somewhat from the sea and the weather, his mouth could not, and he suffered 'saltmouth' that eroded his tongue so that he found bits of his tongue on his pillow.
With bananas becoming the soothing cure for his 'salt tongue', a tally of them was daubed on his support vessel.
Back in Margate, the conqueror of Great Britain's coast was draped in the Union Flag and handed a trident!
See the video on the BBC at:
See the spring morning sunshine upon the surf at Sydney's Cronulla beach!
Courtesy of Australia's Coastal Watch website: