Are we talking about heading out into surf or relatively calm water? If the wind is blowing directly onto the beach, head out in the direction most suitable for where you want to go and allows you to cross the breaking waves at the most reduced angle. If the wind is offset a bit head out in direction that allows you to head most directly into the surf. Before heading out get the boat set up to power right off the beach. Put both rudders down BUT not locked. In surf try to time your launch between wave sets. If possible push the boat out till knee deep then jump aboard (a little forward momentum can go a long way), sheet in and power up. Don't worry about locking down the rudders till well past the breakers where the water is deep enough. While the rudders are partially up you will have weather helm, but it beats broken rudders. The important things are to get everything set before you launch, wait for launch window (between wave sets), power off the beach and take on the waves at reduced angles (to avoid broaching).