You are watching a live stream of the Saint Clair River in Port Huron, Michigan, for people who enjoy watching ships.
Port Huron is known as the Maritime Capital of the Great Lakes.
Port Huron, Michigan is located on the St. Clair River at the mouth of Lake Huron. The river flows between Lake Huron and Lake St. Clair and is about 40 miles long. Port Huron is 60 miles northeast of Detroit. You’ll see dozens of vessels a day, including freighters, tankers, tugs, barges, salties, passenger ships, international visitors and other vessels.
The river is 39 miles long and drops 5 feet in elevation from Lake Huron to Lake St. Clair. The flow rate averages around 182,000 cubic feet per second, and the drainage area is 222,400 square miles.
The river, which some consider a “strait”, flows in a southerly direction, connecting the southern end of Lake Huron to the northern end of Lake St. Clair. It branches into several channels near its mouth at Lake St. Clair, creating a broad delta region known as the St. Clair Flats.
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