Before swim, check the tide times.
Swim 1-2hrs before high tide.
Look at other swimmers and see what direction they are being pulled to.
Always be aware how strong the tide pull and undercurrents are.
Note which direction you are being pulled to by looking at a fixed landmark or buoy.
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