At 7.10 a.m:  

Constantine (3*):  2 feet  



The car thermometer is showing only 1 deg C on this chilly but clear winter’s morning, a breathless sky over the bay being brightened by that low level dawn sunshine.
A couple of feet or so of silky smooth swell lines are gliding onto the high tide banks, spinning pretty little walls of curling waves onto the sand.
Those waves should improve throughout the morning as the tide eases out making for snappier and sharper conditions all day long. ]
The longboard gliders, mid-length cruisers and fat-boy flyers are all going to be having a ball today!



Harlyn (0*):  Flat  



Harlyn is a peaceful haven of calm again this morning, the empty carpark reflecting the deserted beach.
There’s no surf to speak of here this morning but, as always, if you’re in search of somewhere calm and peaceful to rest a while then the bay is delivering in spades.  


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:35  (1.3m)              High Tide:  08:14  (7.0m)




Surf Forecast for Tuesday 8th March 2022  

Strong blowing offshore winds will be gusting from the south east all day today, pushing against a newly building swell. It’s going to be a test of swell strength versus wind power as to whether the surf will be too small to ride or too windy to catch.
But if you find on elf those breaks tucked under a headland or hidden behind a Point then you could just enjoy a fun day of small but building surf!  




Surf Conditions for the Start 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!