Brevard Ocean Rescue Issues Beach Advisory

By  //  April 22, 2014

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Conditions are windy, choppy and unfavorable for swimming with 4- to 5-foot waves

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Ocean Rescue wants to advise beach goers to be mindful of conditions when entering the water and remind everyone to know their limits.

Twenty-four towers are now operating on weekends, and that will expand to seven days a week as of Memorial Day. They continue daily through mid-August when school starts back again. (Brevard County image)

Brevard County Ocean Rescue wants to advise beach goers to be mindful of conditions when entering the water and remind everyone to know their limits. (Brevard County image)

Conditions right now are windy, choppy and unfavorable for swimming with 4- to 5-foot waves.

It’s important to check in with lifeguards about ocean conditions before entering the water, and always swim in front of a lifeguard tower, and never do it alone.

There are 24 towers open throughout Brevard County. Locations can be found by visiting BrevardFire.com and clicking on “Ocean Rescue Services.”


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