Beadnell Bay is a flexible surf spot located on the northeast coast of England that can work in many different conditions. The north corner of the bay is sheltered from the wind and needs at least a medium S or SE swell to start breaking. The middle part of the bay has a nice reef that produce good quality waves. This is the most consistent peak and works with most of the swell directions and size. The southern end of the Bay is more exposed and can handle solid N swells. The north corner and the reef break works better on high tide.
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