I expected to see some waves from La Marejada De Los Muertos crashing onto the rocks and walls but I had no idea it would be this chaotic and beautiful at the same time. The birds eye view gave a very nice perspective as to how powerful these waves really were.
The name derives from the Mexican holiday Dia De Los Muerto which happens within the same time of year.
La Marejada De Los Muertos - (The Swell of The Dead)
Location - Ocean Park Beach
Shot Nov 2nd
La Marejada De Los Muertos
(The Swell Of The Dead)
Still continues to pound the shores of Puerto Rico
During October and November these types of
waves are generated due to incoming cold fronts.
Offshore swells during this time can be between 8-10 feet.
Coastal waters are estimated
from 6-8 feet and breaking waves at 10-13 feet
Small boat operators have been advised to take caution
& the weather agency newsletter states these strong sea
currents could drag out even the best swimmers.
Authorities are asking not to visit the beaches through
the Marejada de los Muertos. The SNM issued a warning
of minor - moderate coastal flooding.
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