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Also known as Sachuest Beach, this bay faces SW, catching all the sea breeze windswell. It will handle a bit of size, especially at higher tides. Bigger and better shaped peaks than 1st Beach. At the eastern end, a protected left pointbreak called “The Dumps” cranks up when both the swell and an E wind picks up.
Seaweed is the biggest problem here in the summer designated surfing area along with some jellyfish. Good access and facilities in this National Wildlife Refuge.
15 day surf forecasts and advanced tools.
Ad free HD webcams, iPhone and Android enabled streaming.
Enhanced iOS and Android apps.
All this from only $2.89/month.