tide watch.

Tides are the rise and fall of sea levels caused by the combined effects of the gravitational forces exerted by the Moon and the Sun, and the rotation of the Earth.

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follow the waves.

You may have asked yourself at some point, "Why is surfing dangerous?" Surfing has a number of hidden dangers. The ocean can be a dangerous place by nature. Drowning is a possibility, even for professionals. Always pay attention to powerful ocean currents. Waves are powerful enough to slam you into the ocean floor. A surfboard can become a projectile very quickly, as you can become tangled in your leash. When watching experienced surfers cutting through the water, it's easy to see surfing as a sport greatly lacking in danger.

so, how is surfing dangerous?

dangers to avoid.

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marine life

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Water Temperature: °C
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Wave Height: meters
Wave Period: seconds
Current Speed: meters/second
Swell Direction: °N