Surf Report for Friday 19th June 2020

At 6.15 a.m:  

Constantine (1*):  2 to 3 feet

There’s a brisk west sou’ westerly gusting ashore in the bay, toppling and churning a couple of feet of grey and mucky surf beneath a threatening sky of tumbling, dark cloud. It kind of makes you wonder if we have had our summer already? Or maybe we’ll enjoy a double summer hit, just to make up for the weird times. Either way, it ain’t like it was just a short while ago!  

 

Harlyn (1*):  1 to 2 feet  

Harlyn is pleasantly deserted this morning, that brisk west sou’ wester blustering across the bay, whipping the tops off a foot or two of dark and broody looking little waves.
This afternoon’s tide promises to push some better waves our way, especially as the wind backs more to the south and eases in strength.
Snappy little longboard close-outs could just be on the menu today!   

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:18  (1.7m)              High Tide:  17:13  (6.6m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Saturday 20th June 2020  

We might just see some brighter spells amongst more cloud and heavy showers today, the wind settling from the south west to push a small and weakfish little swell our way.
Harlyn might just get big enough to allow some clean and snappy waves to tempt but two to three feet of onshore chop on the other side of the headland is more likely. 

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

Onshore winds are going to push fresher (and damper) air our way this weekend at the same time as dragging some lumpy and bumpy but bigger surf our way.
Saturday will be offering that same decision whether to surf bigger but sloppier main breaks or slip to the cleaner sheltered spots which might still be tiny. That’ll be three foot Constantine versus one foot Harlyn, Constantine being bumpy and ruffled, Harlyn being sharper and cleaner but maybe tiny.
By Sunday there should be some decent size to that swell though, a decent six feet of thick and brooding, still lumpy swell surging along the coast. Throw in the Spring tide pull too and we could be enjoying some decent three to four feet of Harlyn close-out heaven, or opt for the paddleathon that will be Constantine.  

Bear a thought for Arthur Davies who is making up for missing out the Irish Iron Man event that was cancelled for this weekend by swimming and trotting and biking around the local area (as well as braving the Devon boarder on the bicycling part) just to raise money to help out the local volunteer lifeguards.
They still need kit (rescue boards, PPE etc, etc) and support and are devoting their skills, experience, knowledge and expertise for nothing in an attempt to keep some level of safety at our local beaches.
These local volunteers are devoting their efforts with little back-up support equipment or reward.
So if you can drop a penny or two into this fundraiser then it might prove to be one of the more worthwhile appeals to support: https://gf.me/u/x8u3y4
And if you are around on Saturday why not nip down and cheer Arthur on! He should be skipping sprightly back to the bay sometime late afternoon, or early evening or…..  

OPEN TODAY 10 TILL 1!!

We feel that we can now provide a safe service at Constantine Bay Surf Store to all of our customers, adhering to social distancing advice and using the very best cleaning and disinfecting agents.
We carry enough hire stock to allow for a 72 hour ‘quarantine’ of previously hired items following a thorough wash-through of each hire item in an enzyme based cleaner. Wipes and wash are available to our customers and we will be restricting the number of customers within Constantine Bay Surf Store at any one time.
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