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Yacht on Exmouth Cockle Sands
England

The Cockle Sands extend over a huge area though are only exposed at low tides. This provides an excellent opportunity for yachts to be cleaned and maintained between tides.

The Cockle Sands are also very popular with kite surfers at high tides and kite flyers at low tide.

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Tags: exmouth; devon; yacht; boat; dock; beach; sands; cockle sands; kite; surfing; wind; tide; estuary; dawlish; dawlish warren; exe; river; sea; ocean; sand; water
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