Surf Report for Saturday 6th September 2014

Constantine (0*):  6 inches to 1 foot

at 6.30 a.m.:

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There is a little seal just behind that wave trying to enjoy an early morning solo session but not catching much.

You know that we’re scraping the barrel with a size range like that (above)!
Yep, there’s barely a wave to surf on down in the bay on this cosy, misty and grey old morning. There’s even a seal out there looking a little let down with nothing to play in!
Barely a foot of very weak looking ripples are washing ashore occasionally, all glassy and smooth but very, very small.
The sky is a grey canopy stretched from one horizon to the other, a muggy, still and super mild morning which should gradually brighten, leaving a bright and cheery day for us from midmorning. If you pick just the right stage of tide you might just get a peeling glide to enjoy. But it is going to be weak and tiny!
SUP anyone?

Harlyn (0*):  Flat

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It’s as flat as flat can be around here this grey and sultry morning, all still and peaceful and calm and tranquil but flat!
It’s an ideal destination to launch a SUP or Kayak or even go for a swim (the water is positively balmy) but there ain’t no surf.

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  09:56  (1.8m)          High Tide:  15:54  (6.7m)

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Surf Forecast for Sunday 7th September 2014

These tranquil conditions are hanging around for a while meaning that there’s not going to be much surf while the weather should be calm and mild and eventually bright and cheerful.
It could be too flat today though, even for a SUP surf, although it could be great day to just paddle.

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Surf Conditions for the Weekend

As Autumn gradually starts to caress our golden beaches and turquoise bays, the feel of summer has returned, at least for a few days and maybe longer!
The surf for the end of the week, into the weekend and further is going to rely on that delicate dance of wind and swell, clear and bright, sunshiny skies making it all very attractive and easing the pain caused by the lack of surf.
We will be lucky to find much more than a foot or two of exquisitely shaped and immaculate but tiny, tiny surf.
As we go into the weekend the swell is likely to weaken, the breeze staying offshore and folding those ripples into hollow little things but not helping any accidental pulses to be any bigger than that.
And that looks to be the way of it throughout the weekend; hot and sunny and beautiful but with only tiny little waves to frustrate us!
We do hire SUPs!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you are doing!