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Adventures, Beach, Destinations, Paddleboard -

If you’re looking for the best places to paddleboard in 2022, you can check out our global list here. But if you want to travel a little, but not too far then we’re sharing our top 10 places to paddle board in Europe. There’s something for everyone, all offering something slightly different, but all well worth checking out. In no particular order… 1. Causeway Coast, Northern Ireland Of all the places in Europe to paddleboard, you probably wouldn’t put the cold North Atlantic at the top of your list. And we probably wouldn’t in winter. However, the Emerald Isle is...

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Beach, Beach Flags, Water Safety -

Most beaches will have flags and / or safety signs to make sure we all have a safe time while we're there. But what do these beach and lifeguard warning flags mean? Lets have some fun with (beach) flags. The 3 most common flags on British beaches are: Red and yellow flags These display a lifeguarded area. The water between these flags is the safest area to swim, bodyboard and use inflatables. Black and white chequered flags This is an area for surfboards, stand-up paddleboards, kayaks and other non-powered craft, plus the launch and recovery area for kitesurfers and windsurfers....

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Beach, How to, Water Safety -

Taking the children to the beach is a great way for everyone to top up on the vitamin D, splash about in the sea and generally have some fun in the sun. Whilst we don't want to ruin the excitement and anticipation of donkey rides, ice-cream and hot dog leg Instagram posts, there are some things you can do to make sure your family day out goes off without a hitch. Below are our top tips to having a safe and fun day by the water... 1. Safety first Try and use a lifeguarded beach, and when you do track...

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Beach, Beach Flags, How to, Water Safety -

With lockdown easing and everyone desperate for a holiday, in the coming months it is guaranteed a lot of us will be heading to the beach for some sun, fun and relaxation. Whether we’re regulars at the seaside or newbies it’s always worth considering our safety while we’re there, particular if we’re heading down with children. This is our top ten list of things to do to make sure you have a safe time by the sea 1. Be water aware TidesTides in the UK run pretty regularly and therefore their height and times follow a timetable. Despite this, people...

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