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 Palm Beach County Ocean Rescue: Lifesaving and Marine Safety for 40 Years.

All County operated beaches, with the exception of RG Kreusler, have tested with no or very low levels of red tide. Recently, no visitors have reported Red Tide symptoms on County beaches. If you do experience symptoms at any beach, please report them to the lifeguard on duty​​.

Daily information is available regarding the swimming conditions at County-operated beaches.
All beaches guarded by Palm Beach County Ocean Rescue are open for swimming. ​​

​After 9:00 am, information about water and weather conditions, as well as the presence of hazards such as Man-O-War or Sea Lice, is available online. When you arrive at a lifeguard protected beach, please check the Daily Conditions Board and Flag(s) being flown from the tower for current onsite conditions, as they may change throughout the day. See locations daily beach conditions information below:

North Palm Beach County


​Date:November 20, 2018
Advisories:Rip Current Risk =  MODERATE
Air Temperature:75'-82'
Water Temperature:80'
Wind Direction & Speed:calm out of the S in am. Should increase to 10 mph out of the SE this afternoon
Surf Conditions:calm to a 1' wave, with a small shorebreak
Warning Hazards:
Weather Conditions:Partly cloudy
Rain Chance:30%  chance of a scattered showers
Low Tide at Jupiter Inlet:11:44 am
High Tide at Jupiter Inlet:6:07 pm
Reminder of the day:Swim near a Lifeguard and check conditions boards for updated hazards.


 South Palm Beach County


​Date:November 20, 2018

Rip Current Risk = Low

Air Temperature:82
Water Temperature:


Wind Direction & Speed:​​South @ 5 - 10 mph

Surf Conditions:

Small Chop @ 1'
Warning Hazards:

Rip Currents, Seaweed, Underwater Rocks, Baitfish, Jellyfish.

Weather Conditions:Partly Sunny
Rain Chance:40%
Low Tide at Boynton Inlet:2:03 pm
High Tide at Boynton Inlet:7:23 am
Reminder of the day:Ask the lifeguards about local hazards.