RNLI Beach Lifeguards operate on four beaches in the island from May through to September. They provide a Beach Lifeguard Service at St Ouen (between Le Braye and Watersplash), St Brelade's Bay, Plemont beach and Greve de Lecq beach.
Their normal operating hours are between 1000 and 1800 BST.
They also do provide extra patrols at the Le Braye beach area during the school Easter holiday and the autumn half term break.
There are also Lifeguards on patrol at the Havre des Pas Bathing Pool from the end of May to beginning of September.
If you plan to go in the sea for a swim or paddle, look out for the swimming area that is marked by the 'Red over Yellow' flags. This also indicates the lifeguards are out on patrol. If the 'Red Flag' is flying, DO NOT enter the water. For more information on what the flags mean see the flyer below.
Further information regarding the lifeguard signs and flags can be found on the beach access points, or by asking a Beach Lifeguard when on duty.