Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUPs) can be launched anywhere along the main beach.
It’s advised to use SUPs within the eight knot speed limit area, demarked through the four yellow markers found around 400 metres from the shore. This area starts at Seaton Hole to the West and ends by the Axe Yacht Club at the Easterly side of the beach.
Do not paddleboard in or out of, or across, the Harbour Mouth. This is a busy harbour with unpredictable river and tidal streams that make accessing the entrance dangerous.
If you intend to paddle please ensure you wear a personal buoyancy aid, carry a means of calling for help and let someone know when you expect to return from your trip.
Be extremely cautious when the wind is blowing from the land to the sea (offshore wind) as SUPs can be quickly blown out to sea. Also make allowance for the likely tidal stream you will encounter during your trip.
If you find yourself in an emergency situation or spot someone else in trouble, you should call 999 or 112 and ask for the coastguard. How to call for Help at Sea
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About Seaton, Devon
Seaton is the only gateway town to the Jurassic coast where rocks from all three geological periods can be viewed in their natural environment: fossil bearing Jurassic rocks to the east, the vibrant Triassic cliffs just before Seaton harbour and the striking white outcrop of Cretaceous chalk cliffs of Beer.