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Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort Questions & Answers

Stokesdale, North Carolina

I've read that some of the resorts have a bad seaweed problem on their beaches. I would love to swim in the ocean from the resort property is this possible at Windjammers?

22 days ago Answer

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Aberdeen, Maryland
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Seaweed there is very slight. Not a problem.

22 days ago
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We had no problem swimming at Windjammers.

16 days ago
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Seaweed on the beach was not a problem at Windjammer!

16 days ago
dallas, texas
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NO sea weed problem when we visited.

17 days ago
dallas, texas
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yes, there was not a sea weed problem when we were there.

17 days ago
Chislehurst, United Kingdom
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Hi Tina - no seaweed there at all - a nice beach with a cordoned off safe swim area.

20 days ago
London, United Kingdom
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We were there at Easter and didn’t see any seaweed. However there were a couple of days when you could not swim beacuase of jellyfish. Apart from that the beach and sea is nice there. We loved Windjammer. Especially all the Watersports.

21 days ago
Sussex
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Hi, there were plenty of area of the beach with no seaweed. We took rock-shoes but didn't actually use them. Have a great time!

21 days ago
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This wasnt an issue while we were there.

21 days ago
toronto
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Yes, we saw no evidence of seaweed while we were there.

Good luck.

22 days ago
Crofton, Maryland
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Seaweed wasn't a problem at the resort in June. I would bring some water shoes though. It is quite rocky and tough to walk in the water.

22 days ago
Middletown, New Jersey
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Seaweed is not a problem at the Windjammer just theft

22 days ago
Atlanta, Georgia
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We were there mid-July and there was no seaweed. The beach is on a bay, the water is flat (no waves) more like a lake. There is a designated swim area and also a recreational area for water ski lessons and such. I personally didn't love it, I like the open ocean and waves, but other people in our group liked it fine. We went on a snorkeling trip, the reefs are in poor condition and compared to our last visit to St. Lucia about 20 years ago there were very few fish, that made me sad, but we found the same thing on our last trip to the Virgin Islands.

22 days ago
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When we were there at the beginning of the month there was no issue. Lots of seaweed on the East side of the island though.

22 days ago
Dover, New Hampshire
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Hi Tina, we were able to swim each day with no seaweed problem. I think that may be more of an issue on the Atlantic side of island.

22 days ago
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