Posts Tagged ‘rough sea’

Rough sea

October 2, 2015
rough sea

rough sea

Early hours of the morning, I could hear the surf. I knew the sea must be rough.

Red flag flying, boats beached or in safe harbour, rough sea.

Rough sea

October 2, 2014
rough sea

rough sea

rough sea

rough sea

A weekend of strong winds and a thunderstorm on Saturday, three days of rough seas.

Nine o’clock this morning, the sea was calm. By late morning, the sea was rough, boats were dragged back out of the water and yellow flags were flying.

Rough sea

October 1, 2014
red flag flying

red flag flying

boats beached

boats beached

no one riding the pontoon today

no one riding the pontoon today

For many days 30C during the day, 27C at night.

A change in the weather, 27C during the day, 24C at night.

At the weeekend a thunderstorm on Saturday, strong winds on Sunday.

Monday and Tuesday rough sea.

Last night a gale blowing, roar of the sea.

Today rough sea, red flag flying, beach taped off, boats beached, larger boats in safe haven.

But it is great walking along by the sea and in the sea.

A pretentious surf shop in the centre of Protaras, as nowhere to surf. But for a few days, yes.

Rough sea

September 30, 2014
rough sea

rough sea

rough sea

rough sea

Weekend a thunderstorm on Saturday, strong winds on Sunday.

Yesterday rough sea, yellow, then red, flags, beach taped off, boats beached, larger boats in safe haven.

Today, boats beached, boats in safe haven, red flags flying.

Kite surfing

September 29, 2014
Kite surfing

Kite surfing

Rough sea, yellow, then later red, flag flying, beach taped off.

One of the guys from Stephanos Water Sports kite surfing.

Rough sea

September 29, 2014
yellow flag flying

yellow flag flying

pontoon riding the waves

pontoon riding the waves

pontoon riding the waves

pontoon riding the waves

At the weekend a storm hit. Saturday very windy, afternoon and through into the night a thunderstorm. Sunday strong winds.

Today yellow flag flying, boats beached.  Boats that ply fom the pier had sought safer havens.

Today, the sea was as at Playa Martinz (Puerto de la Cruz en Tenerife), good enough to surf. What people usually think of as waves, is wake from the boats.

Most of the pontoons had been partially dismantled to keep people off. One not, an exciting helterskelter ride.

One of the guys from Stephanos Water Sports kite surfing.

By lunchime, red flags flying.

Early afternoon, beach taped off to stop people from going into the sea.

A room with a view

September 29, 2014
rough sea

rough sea

rough sea

rough sea

rough sea

rough sea

Rough sea this morning, strong wind.