At 8: 10 a.m:

Constantine (2*):  4 to 5 feet


The wind continues to blow, a brisk south sou’ westerly shrieking across the beach, chopping and slopping the four to five feet surf. It is oh so nearly offshore, oh so nearly very good – but not quite!
The swell has dropped a lot but a thick and lumpy four to five feet of wind-torn and bouncy stuff continues to flush the bay.
It has been a windswept but mild Christmas period with some big and lumpy, wind-chopped waves about and that’s the way of it today as well, although it is just a little bit more enticing this morning, just a little less out of control and a little less of a paddlefest.
But it’s still not that good either!
Let’s have another look at Harlyn…..



Harlyn (3*):  2 to 3 feet.


It’s a good bit smaller around here this morning than it has been over the Christmas period but there are still some fun looking waves lining up before spinning across the sand.
A couple of feet of offshore shaped and curling little waves are reeling onto the beach with the odd bigger three foot or so set wave showing some more interest.
This is the place to be locally again today, with some two to three feet and fun waves expected all day!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  12:55  (1.1m)              High Tide:  18:47  (7.3m)


Surf Forecast for Monday 28th December 2015

The wind might just twitch a degree or two more offshore today, maybe!
But more than likely we are going to be enjoying more three foot, offshore and snappy Harlyn!
Another windswept and damp day but with some very surfable Harlyn waves to play in!


Surf Conditions for the Start of Christmas Week

This Christmas week looks as though it is going to be a continuation of the last few weeks, with more wind blowing strongly, mainly from the south west, bringing plenty of damp air our way while pushing lots of swells in too but then making for blown out conditions at all but the more sheltered, more northerly facing surf breaks.
Yep, another week of wet ’n windy conditions awaits with load sou growling surf easing into our coves and bays.
It looks like it’s going to get into the real big size range by midweek again too with some out of control surf conditions aiming our way!
Have a fabulous Christmas Week, wherever you area and whatever you’re doing!

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