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Coverack Cove Webcam
Coverack Looking Out Over Perprean Bay
Get a webcam like this for your own website Coverack is an attractive village and active, but small, fishing harbour, with an easily accessible part - sandy beach that nestles in below the road and line of cottages at the heart of the village.

Coverack is on the east side of the Lizard peninsula, about nine miles south of Falmouth and has several hotels and a youth hostel.

This live webcam is fitted to one of the cottages on the Cornish Coast path at Sunny Corner, Coverack and Looks out over Perprean Bay. Often there are large ships passing by in the distance illuminated by the sun.
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) stationed a lifeboat at Coverack in 1901 following the wreck of the SS Mohegan on The Manacles in 1898 with the loss of more than 100 lives.

A boat house with a slipway was built on the harbour. The all-weather lifeboat was withdrawn in May 1972 and replaced by a D-class inshore inflatable. The station was closed completely in October 1978 following the allocation of a faster boat to Falmouth Lifeboat Station.

The use of webcams to stream video from your guest house, hotel or other business to your own website can be a boost for your business.

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We hope you have enjoyed viewing our live webcam from the Beautiful Coverack Cove in Cornwall and make sure you have a look at our other webcams from Cornwall and all over the UK too.
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