The Gwynedd coastline is currently experiencing the full force of Storm Ellen, with Traeth Nefyn and the Llŷn Peninsula among the worst affected areas in the county.
At least six huts have been destroyed so far – and that number may well increase as the inclement weather continues into the night.
Images show entire structures dragged into the sea as debris from huts destroyed earlier in the day continues to float with the tide.
Traeth Nefyn’s colorful huts have become iconic in the city in recent years.
The structures themselves vary in price with a dilapidated beach hut selling for around £ 15,000 last year.
The kayakers have tried to salvage some of the debris, but the damage to some cabins has been catastrophic and a huge rebuilding job will be in the hands of the owners once the weather is calm.
A yellow weather warning was issued by the Met Office yesterday and is expected to work until 6pm today.
Winds of 70 mph and heavy rain hit parts of North Wales during its period, particularly in Gwynedd, Anglesey and Conwy.
Flood alerts have been put in place by Natural Resources Wales, with drivers being warned of tree damage due to high winds.