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Midweek Surf Report on Wednesday 9th March 2022 | Constantine Bay Surf Store

At 6.55 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  4 to 5 feet  



A blustering Southerly wind is whistling across the bay this morning, sweeping into four to five feet of ‘gappy’ swell to the music of a host of hungry seabirds.
The surf is a little too windswept to get too excited about but there will be other breaks scattered along the coast that should be shining.
Saying that, if it was summer we’d be all over it, bumpy and lumpy as it is!  


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Harlyn (3*):  3 feet  



A fun looking three feet or so offshore wind hollowed waves are crunching in on the rising tide at a windswept Harlyn this morning, a couple of keensters suiting and booting for a quick pre-work session. And that’s a sure sign of the approach of Spring; pre and post work sessions with daylight to spare!
Anyway, the waves look better than expected at an otherwise empty Harlyn Bay this morning.


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:33  (2.2m)              High Tide:  09:19  (6.1m)



Surf Forecast for Thursday 10th March 2022  

The wind should have eased by today, staying mainly southerly so at least feeling a degree or two milder than it has! But as the wind calms so does the swell.
We should still be enjoying a steady three feet of bumpy swell at our main breaks but it might not be big enough to swing around and into Harlyn where it would be cleaner.
If you can spare the fuel it might be worth a little surfari along the coast today!  



Surf Conditions for the Rest of the Week

Another mixed week of surf-filled action awaits us this week, starting out with gentle, clean conditions at our main surf breaks, ending up with sand crunching Harlyn tube-monsters looking to snap your favourite boards by the weekend.
So light offshore breezes will welcome the start of a new week, polishing and cleaning the small but immaculate little swells throughout the day.
Strong south easterlies will be pushing against a new swell as the week goes on, the wind backing southerly though midweek and giving that swell an added impetus for the back half of the week.
There might be a small window on excellence as the wind eases south easterly again through Thursday morning, if only for a few hours. And then the, by now quite big swells, will be moulded and shaped into big, bowling barrels at those spots that can handle a bit of size.
And then of course the wind will revert to sou’ westerly through the end of the week, making for some big, shutdown barrels at Harlyn for the weekend.
So a week for everyone, as long as your wetsuit is up to these winter water temperatures (if not, we now have a pretty full selection to meet most budgets!)!
Stay safe, stay happy, stay well and have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!