This may give some members hives but here is a landing checklist for boats made to do this sort do thing.
For beaches you haven't landed before, a checklist with the smaller boats say 30' bilge
keeler. Most of these items came from my previous experiences (read mistakes). Like that time those two adorable girls were tubing who live just south of the figure eight island swing bridge and the distracted captain
who didnt maintain his depth
... (oh that's another story). Anyway, FWIW --
Study tide app and know where you are time-wise
Rig a reachable line on bow cleat
Reef shoes on, gloves on, swim googles on forehead
Study local boaters, particularly power boaters who beach more regularly
Drop and set stern anchor
in 6' of water
Carefully slack stern rode
Continue dead ahead slow
in until only a couple feet under the keel
Kill forward momentum
Kill the engine
Hop out and
WALK in pulling from the bow line the rest of the way. It is hard to cause major damage towing a boat by hand.
Set at least a foot below high tide so you're sure to get off
Remember there are two different, average high tides daily
perpendicular to the "fall line"
Walk a 360 around the boat checking keel landings carefully
Keeping fingers and toes well clear
Check prop area and rudder
You only have a couple minutes once the keels start to "tap" while you can still shove out to deeper water
. After that you are lock in and are committed.
Set bow anchor
or rock/tree bow line as needed.
Secure stern rode