When it’s gets Heavy Jump
The surf on England's’ northeast coast gets particularly heavy during winter, the water temperature is 6 °C (43 °F) and the wind is predominately from the west, creating consistent offshore winds.
Saltburn Pier is an iconic landmark and when the surf gets too big to paddle out then you can jump straight off in between the sets and have an easy paddle out back.
The town has a great culture and is the home of surfing in the northeast
This set of images were taken in late December 1999 of Frazer Camfield, suited and booted jumping into freezing water to some great surf, this is the sequence that followed the jump.