Sea bathers, fishermen and small craft operators are reminded to be careful especially near the shoreline.
This as the Met Service’s Yellow Level Hazardous Seas Alert issued on Friday remains in effect until 10am tomorrow.
It says long-period north-easterly swells generated by Hurricane Lorenzo are expected to affect northern and sheltered near-shore coastal areas.
According to the alert, effects will be in the form of occasional battering waves which can disrupt sea bathing and other coastal activities near the shore.
It says beach erosion is also possible with effects to be worsened at high tide.
Persons are also advised to be alert for dangerous breaking waves and currents.