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Published on Feb 6, 2014
Chesil Beach, Portland suffers its greatest storm for 35 years. It is frightening, dramatic and spectacular, but the 50 years old sea wall and the flood defences kept Chiswell from being deluged. Gigantic waves overtop the world famous beach, inundating the Beach Road and cutting the Island off from the mainland. As seen on BBC TV. Once again Chesil proves its worth as a great naturally protective storm beach. Neither the beach nor the defences were breached. The old village of Chiswell is still intact. Grandes olas de tormenta. Grandes vagues de tempête. See also http://youtu.be/XiiK0fyIyDA