A small craft advisory has been issued for Antigua and Barbuda and will remain in effect until Tuesday according to the MET office.
Montserrat, St Kitts and Nevis, Anguilla, and the British Virgin Islands have also been included in the advisory which was issued on Friday.
The hazardous seas according to the MET office are caused by a combination of wind waves and wind swells causing hazardous seas.
“The threat level to the life, livelihood, property and infrastructure of mariners is moderate with the potential for significant impacts. Beachgoers, especially to the mainly affected coastlines, should be extremely cautious; bathe only where lifeguards are present or on the sheltered, less affected beaches, mainly to the south. Extreme caution is also required by those using the affected non-beach or rocky coastlines,” according to the MET office.