Vertically 0.042-m-spaced moored high-resolution temperature sensors are used for detailed internal wave-turbulence monitoring near Texel North Sea and Wadden Sea beaches on calm summer days. In the maximum 2 m deep waters irregular internal waves are observed supported by the density stratification during day-times warming in early summer, outside the breaking zone of <0.2 m surface wind waves. Internal-wave-induced convective overturning near the surface and shear-driven turbulence near the bottom are observed in addition to near-bottom convective overturning due to heating from below. Small turbulent overturns have durations of 5-20 s, close to the surface wave period and about one-third to one-tenth of the shortest internal wave period. The largest turbulence dissipation rates are estimated to be of the same order of magnitude as found above deep-ocean seamounts, while overturning scales are observed 100 times smaller. The turbulence inertial subrange is observed to link between the internal and surface wave spectral bands.