Surf Report for Saturday 22nd October 2016

At 7.45 a.m:

Constantine (4*):  3 to 4 feet.

Yet another fabulous day is unfolding about us this morning, the bright shine of dawn shooing away those slumbering cloudbanks of night.
The swell has dropped in size but only a bit.
A steady, pulsing three to four feet of smoothly lined up and evenly spaced swell lines are gliding into the bay, peaking and peeling on the pre high sandbanks.
It’s busy out there already, which is no surprise at the start of the autumn school half-term holidays!
So the sun is shining again, the waves are curling head high to the sand and the breeze is gently wafting offshore!
Have a great day!

Harlyn (2*):  2 feet.

A couple of feet or so of slightly crumbly but mainly glassy little waves are stumbling ashore here this morning, the early morning sunshine glinting and glistening of those smooth but rippled wave faces.
It is fun looking but the other side is where all the action is today!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:09  (2.1m)              High Tide:  10:36  (6.5m)

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Surf Forecast for Sunday 23rd October 2016

The swell is likely to have continued to ease off as the wind strengthens and blows.
That wind sill remain to blow offshore, a brisk easterly turning into a bit of a blow. But otherwise we should be able to enjoy most of the day in sunshine with smaller but clean surf before it all gets a little too windy!

Surf Conditions for the Weekend

A solid groundswell has shaken the beaches alive the for the last few days, the breeze super light and straight offshore, a little chilly coming from the north east but we’ll take that and the water is warm anyway.
Saturday is showing a little decrease in vertical height of those waves but they are still a decent three to four feet, long travelled, smooth and powerful and the breeze is likely to drift just a wee bit further to the east, more directly offshore.
And that is where it is likely to stay as the swell only very gradually eases back as we slide and glide through the weekend!
The surf could or should continue be absolutely classic for another day or two with every surf break on the coast switching on!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!