Surf Report for Friday 11th September 2015

At 6.45 a.m:

Constantine (3*):  3 feet

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That bright and sunshiny weather seems to have deserted us this morning but it is mild and dry and the breeze is light and gently blowing offshore.
The surf has dropped too but there’s still a very pleasant, smooth and even three foot swell spinning some gorgeous little peaks into the bay. And some of those peaks are reaching for the four foot mark, most of them a peeling and shimmering three feet as they reel shoreward.
Yep, it might be a bit of a silver skied morning so far but the surf is de;rightful and it feels warm and pleasant.
Have a great day!

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Harlyn (1*):  1 to 2 feet

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There are still little waves washing in here this morning, a foot or two of bumpy glass surf as the tide drops out to a late morning low.
If the swell continues then it should build just a little on the incoming tide this afternoon.
But the other side is so great, that is the place to go today. Any of the west facing beaches all along the coast should have really good surf again today. Maybe a little smaller than yesterday but still really very good!

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Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:30  (1.6m)              High Tide:  17:26  (6.9m)

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Surf Forecast for Saturday 12th September 2015

As preparations are finalised for Cheyne and Sophie’s wedding, the wind is likely to swing to the west today, adding extra push to the swell but also making the main surf breaks a bit sloppy and choppy.
And so Harlyn is the place to aim for today, especially through the afternoon as the wind backs to the south west, offshore at Harlyn.
Three feet and offshore at Harlyn on a Saturday afternoon! Autumn must be coming!

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Surf Conditions for the Weekend

That lovely run of clean surf and sunny weather comes to an end as this weekend approaches.
With the wind backing to the south west the surf is likely to increase in size again at the cost of those clean conditions. Our favoured beaks are likely to be onshore mush as we go into Saturday but by Saturday afternoon Harlyn should be cleaning up and starting to show some shape as the afternoon tide rises.
Sunday is likely to show some smaller surf and maybe some more ‘mixed’ weather but the wind should have returned to the south east again and that is offshore at our main surf breaks. So we could be enjoying a couple of feet of clean and peeling surf in amongst those Sunday showers!
And then we should be seeing some bigger and chunkier stuff coming through as the new week starts, with mainly onshore winds until midweek maybe.
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!