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Thread: Cabarete beach 4/03/2018 - Strongly waves

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    Default Cabarete beach 4/03/2018 - Strongly waves

    Have you seen today the main beach in Cabarete? Strong waves cut a large layer of sand. People confusing from their feet. The waves came very far. Huge pieces of wood are thrown ashore. A few palms will fall soon.

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    Impossible to swim today in grande, Breton, encuentro... But increíble to watch from the sky







    Last edited by dv8; 03-04-2018 at 10:51 PM. Reason: images resized

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    It was really rough today. Looked like 15 ft high waves were breaking on the outer reef.

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    Last night a few palms washed away into the ocean. Between Pomodoro and Ocean One. There were a few palms yesterday.

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    Less wind, but waves seem stronger and taller today.   

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    there is an alert along the north coast:
    http://www.puertoplatadigital.com/ve....aspx?Id=26737

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    In a different trail of email ,I was mentioning LEK for kite boarding lessons.
    They are pretty hit with those strong wave:


    Millennium as well :
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    The surf actually washed up across the road near the police station in Cabarete and supposedly into a couple of the restaurants/bars on Cabarete Beach.

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    Here on the east it's the same. Macao beach is pretty much closed as the waves came in and flooded the road. It looks like 15' to 20' breakers where it's normally 5'.
    The ocean has that dirty murky look too it instead of the blues and greens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavok View Post
    The surf actually washed up across the road near the police station in Cabarete and supposedly into a couple of the restaurants/bars on Cabarete Beach.
    And also right through some of the downtown Cabarete restaurants onto the main road, I just heard.

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