Live webcam is located on the island of Saint Barthelemy in Gustavia (French West Indies) and in real-time shows the airfield of Gustaf III Airport and the plain of Saint-Jean. The island of Saint Barthelemy is in the Caribbean. The webcam broadcasts a stunning panoramic view of Gustavia, the island, the bay, the ocean, and the surrounding islets. In the field of view of the camera also fall Saint Jean Beach, Soccer Field. Saint Barthelemy is located in the area of frequent passage of hurricanes and tropical storms. The live camera installed on the island allows you to see in real-time what the weather is like and watch live events taking place in Gustavia. In September 2017, Hurricane Irma caused extensive damage to the island of Saint Barthelemy, destroying many houses and leaving it completely without electricity (all Saint Barthelemy webcams were destroyed or de-energized). The hurricane's speed during the passage of the «Irma» over Saint-Barthelemy exceeded 72 m/s and with gusts reached 105 m/s. During the storm, a three-month rainfall fell. The economic damage to the island amounted to about half a billion euros. The work of this live camera was restored on September 21, and from this day, it again conducts direct live video broadcasts in real-time.