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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: SWS Tides  (Read 200 times)

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SCYaker

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Looking to hit up sws in the next couple weeks. Was wondering what the tide range is to launch and land on the beach. I read on here that at 4 feet there is still beach to land on. Just looking for clarity.

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You can launch and land off stairs relatively easy on most days even if tide is high...

But, yeah, I'm pretty sure there's still beach at a 4 foot high...

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