Lords Beach (T 452) is the next segment of the once continuous beach. It lies immediately south of the Wrest Point seawall and today consists of a 70 m long wedge of sand located between the casino seawall and the seawall for the Channel Highway, which runs right past the beach, with houses rising on the slopes to the west. A covered jetty is located immediately south of the beach and boats are moored in the deepwater within 50 m of the shore.
The beach is 2.1 km long and faces south-southeast into Storm Bay exposing it to all southerly swell. Waves average 1-1.5 m and maintain a moderately steep beach fronted by a continuous bar which is cut by rips every 200 m during and following high waves, with permanent rips against the rocks at each end.
Beach Length: 0.07km
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