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Cruise Ship Weather New Features - August 26, 2016
Whether you cruise, live within 50 miles of a coast line, or travel to beach communities and coastal areas from time to time, we think you are going to love the newly relaunched Cruise Ship Weather. Cruise Ship Weather has many new features and our Cruise Ship Weather Command Center, puts you in command. You have immediate access to live, real time, unedited United States Department of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) regional, beach, coastal, cruise port weather.
The most noticeable feature is the new skin, a huge change from our old lime green and blue template, the style and color scheme have been upgraded to mirror the same design of our Cruise Ship Wave Network websites, Live Cruise Ship Tracker, Cruise Bruise, Cruise Port Views, Cruise Ship Cameras, Cruise Laws, Cruise Ship Deaths, Cruise Ship Drugs, Cruise Ship Complaints and other newly renovated websites in the Cruise Ship Wave Network.
This design also includes our newly relaunched Myrtle Beach division. We are working to upgrade the rest of the Cruise Ship Wave network by the end of the year. Much of our network will be including Cruise Ship Weather features in the coming months. So, take a look around and test drive Cruise Ship Weather to try out the new network features.
The biggest change for the Cruise Ship Weather visitor is our website is now mobile-friendly, for smart phones as well as tablets and will automatically convert to your native language. So, whether you click a mouse or touch and tap a screen, page after page will respond to your device and location.
Cruise Ship Weather Regional Command Centers
Our photo slider at the top of the page shows some of the new features. One of my personal favorite features is the Cruise Ship Weather Regional Command Centers, modeled after most major cruise line corporate weather event command centers, in our own online, compact version. From each region's Weather Command Center page, you can move easily between the features in the region by clicking on the thumbnails below the main Cruise Ship Weather Regional Command Center photo.
Our big wow in this upgrade is from the main Regional Weather Radar page, you can see the live radar for each of the port areas we cover in that region, all on one page. These features make our Regional Command Center pages "homepage worthy" for the fellow live weather news addict, who has a lifestyle or workplace centered around weather. You no longer have to wait for your favorite news station, which all use the same NOAA data we do. You know it as it unfolds and can react before news stations broadcast their politicized version of events. You are now in control.
High Seas Rogue Wave 180 Hour Forecast
Never get caught at sea again by rogue waves, high seas or gale force winds. Our 180 hour live NOAA, wave and wind projections will keep you safe, up to five days in advance of pending weather disasters at sea. Watch the date and time counter on the image as the waves increase in height or wind speeds increase. The color coded wave height and wind speed isobars show where projected wind speed and wave height are forecast to peak.
You may not have the Indian Ocean in your projected future, but do take a look at the Indian Ocean 180 hour wave map for a huge eye-opener south to Australia and Antarctica. Then, browse the Pacific Northwest 180 hour wave map for amazing wave heights. The Bering Sea is well-known for some incredible wave heights. You get a visual of what life at sea would be during those conditions. It's a fun Friday evening conversation starter with friends and family when you pull up our weather on your favorite device and watch the waves around the world, as you imagine riding out those waves on a cruise ship, ferry, cargo ship or fishing vessel.
Finally, for our loyal cruise ship weather fans, a reminder that no hurricane party would be complete without live NOAA weather data on CruiseShipWeather.com. Whether you are sheltering in place to weather the storm, have found refuge in a community shelter, or have bugged out inland to be with family and friends, be sure you have the absolute most recent storm weather data.
Cruise Ship Weather Facebook
At the bottom of the page you will note our new embedded Facebook fan page for Cruise Ship Weather, which features ocean photos and videos, live weather updates and important Cruise Ship Wave network new articles. If you are currently logged into your Facebook page, you can browse, like, share and comment on our Facebook posts right from any Cruise Ship Weather Regional Command Center page. Go ahead, try it now in the Facebook embedded feed below, to share or like one of our Cruise Ship Weather posts. If you have a suggestion or need assistance using features, do comment on the Facebook Cruise Ship Weather fan page embedded below.
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