Continent
Caribbean
Country
Bahamas
Next Big City
Nassau
Next Town
South Beach
 
Type:
Ocean
Rider Ability:
Beginner, Intermediate, Expert
Features:
Parking

Water

Type:
Shallow, Flat, Chop
Hazards:
Swimmers, Reefs
Quality:
Crystal clear
Best Tide:
Coming tide

Tide at high tide comes up 3 feet, no current. Low tide at full moon there will be no water at this spot. Flat and shallow water area, no waves. With a incoming tide it is butter flat.

Beach

Type:
Sand
Size:
Small
Hazards:
Rocks, Trees, Other
Beach Users:
January, February, March, April, May, June, October, November, December

Very small beach, barely enough room to set up your kite. When setting up on this beach please be aware that it is also used by Bahamians and you should be respectful of the size of the beach and the people that use it. Plenty of kite killing trees in the area and honey comb rock further down. The water is shallow and flat enough that you should be able to launch the kite in the water away from the beach.

Weather

Spring:
Shorts
Summer:
Shorts
Fall:
Shorts
Winter:
Shorty

Average temps: 82°F in summer, 70°F in winter. Water temps: reaching the low 80's °F in the summer and 70's °F in winter.

Wind

Best Months:
January, February, March, April, May, October, November, December
Wind Type:
Frontal, Trade
Best Direction:
ENE, E, ESE, SE, SSE, S, SSW
Main Direction:
ENE, ESE

Cold fronts in winter (ENE), the wind will be pretty good with 12-15 kts. Spring and summer (ESE) rocks on the water with 15-20 kts. Strongest winds from March to May. ENE can be gusty but most of the time if you wait for a day it comes back to the East.



How to get there

Transport
Car
Access
Short walk

Take Harold Rd to Blue Hill Rd (turn to the south at the roundabout with the big rooster on it). Follow it all the way to the end and you will reach South Beach.

Extra information

Rules
None

Standard rules, but nothing official.

Nightlife

Plenty of nightlife in Nassau.

Continent
Caribbean
Country
Bahamas
Next Big City
Nassau
Next Town
South Beach
 
Type:
Ocean
Rider Ability:
Beginner, Intermediate, Expert
Features:
Parking

Water

Type:
Shallow, Flat, Chop
Hazards:
Swimmers, Reefs
Quality:
Crystal clear
Best Tide:
Coming tide

Tide at high tide comes up 3 feet, no current. Low tide at full moon there will be no water at this spot. Flat and shallow water area, no waves. With a incoming tide it is butter flat.

Beach

Type:
Sand
Size:
Small
Hazards:
Rocks, Trees, Other
Beach Users:
January, February, March, April, May, June, October, November, December

Very small beach, barely enough room to set up your kite. When setting up on this beach please be aware that it is also used by Bahamians and you should be respectful of the size of the beach and the people that use it. Plenty of kite killing trees in the area and honey comb rock further down. The water is shallow and flat enough that you should be able to launch the kite in the water away from the beach.

Weather

Spring:
Shorts
Summer:
Shorts
Fall:
Shorts
Winter:
Shorty

Average temps: 82°F in summer, 70°F in winter. Water temps: reaching the low 80's °F in the summer and 70's °F in winter.

Wind

Best Months:
January, February, March, April, May, October, November, December
Wind Type:
Frontal, Trade
Best Direction:
ENE, E, ESE, SE, SSE, S, SSW
Main Direction:
ENE, ESE

Cold fronts in winter (ENE), the wind will be pretty good with 12-15 kts. Spring and summer (ESE) rocks on the water with 15-20 kts. Strongest winds from March to May. ENE can be gusty but most of the time if you wait for a day it comes back to the East.



How to get there

Transport
Car
Access
Short walk

Take Harold Rd to Blue Hill Rd (turn to the south at the roundabout with the big rooster on it). Follow it all the way to the end and you will reach South Beach.

Extra information

Rules
None

Standard rules, but nothing official.

Nightlife

Plenty of nightlife in Nassau.