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Old 14-07-2017, 21:32   #31
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Re: Riptides - is a east or west riptide?

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Originally Posted by belizesailor View Post
Current "set" (the direction of flow) is normally given in degress True in the direction it is flowing to. So a "West" current would be flowing toward 270 degrees.

Winds by contrast are named for where they are blowing from.
^^^This, I was just about to write. Thanks
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