The easternmost section of the island is an 8 km long section of east-north-east facing shore, consisting of three beaches fronted by continuous rock flats and backed to varying degrees by sand dunes. South of Pearl Ledge is a 2.3 km long, north-east facing beach (F4). The continuous high tide beach winds between the rocks flats, with a few more open patches containing a 50 to 100 m wide low tide bar. The beach is backed by a low foredune and 100 to 200 m of grassy, stabilising dunes. The beach ends at Sable Chief Rocks, which extend 500 m east of the beach.
Beach Length: 2.3km
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