Not to worry, because for the clear sight of these criteria to appear, TandEadapt, has a few cameras.
The first camera is on the stern of the vessel and is already installed, working with the Garmin Marine Navigation Network on board.
The next two cameras which have just arrived are to be placed on the starboard and port, at angles of the end of mast lights 225 degrees and Nav lights 112.5 degrees for servailance of Starboard and Port, Bow. They will be mounted upon the fly bridge sides for high viewing and discretion.
This along with the stern camera will provide a flexible panaramic of viewing what is occurring outside the vessel. Where the cameras are not at angles to record, the vessel can be manoeuvred to compensate in an instance.
The dates of fitting are unknown but it won’t be before the completion of the structural rebuilding planned in August and September are complete.
Future fittings may include a bow camera, however with hand held devices and other recording devices; from the bridge or fly bridge, it is not essentially needed at this time.