Starting formation - parallel waves. Each end and the adjacent center dancer turn one half (180°). The
new centers of each ocean wave turn three quarters (270°) to make a new ocean wave across the set. The
two centers of this wave turn one half (180°) to reform the wave across the set. The two outside pairs of
dancers of the center wave now turn three quarters (270°) to join the waiting ends and form parallel ocean
waves. The Facing Couples Rule applies to this call.
STYLING: Hands up as in swing thru. It is important that the waiting ends remain in static position with
hands ready to assume appropriate position for the next call. TIMING - 16 steps
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