Good surf is occasionally found adjacent to breakwaters. The rebounding "wedge" is the most common type of breakwater wave, in which an incoming swell pushes up against the breakwater boulders or seawall and forms a rebound swell, then angles across the following wave to form a wedging peak. Florida's Sebastian Inlet and the Wedge in Newport Beach, California, both break in this manner. Breakwater...

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