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There are two main sailing points at Southend-on-Sea, the Ray and East beach, both offering a very different sailing experience. The Ray becomes a speed course at high tide and is suitable for all sailors as the water is very flat. At low tide, the Ray dries up so it can only be sailed two or three hours either side of high tide. The East beach provides choppy water and can be used by all levels of sailor.


Getting there: Take the A13 from Basildon and follow the signposts

Parking: Plenty of parking at East beach, not so much at Ray

Ideal Wind: E - W at Ray. NE - SW at East beach

Accomodation: Plenty round Southend

Amenities: Toilets, café (Seasonal)

Water Quality: P

Suitable for: Experienced

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