Surf Report for Friday 19th October 2018

At 7.40 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  4 feet  

The surf was forecast to be smaller this morning and at first sight it does appear to have dropped a little, until a set comes through.  
It is another gorgeous morning, colder but still and clear, all blue skied and fresh.  
And the surf continues to pump.  
A steady three to four feet of peaking and peeling surf is driving into the bays, those bigger sets booming their way onto the Reef and the Slab, the Point seemingly being sidetracked.  
Another great day lies ahead – if you have the time!   

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Harlyn (3*):  2 to 3 feet  

The breeze is more southerly today, although there’s barely any to notice. And so the sea is smooth and glassy at Harlyn this morning.
And there are waves too!
Given that the swell was supposed to drop, some really pleasant looking little sets are swinging in, two feet with three foot sets a long way apart. I’m guessing that the swell angle is just a few degrees wider than yesterday’s when there was nothing getting in here at all.
Anyway one guy is having an enjoyable looking solo session, seemingly enjoying the peace and tranquility of some early morning glass.  

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  21:15  (2.6m)              High Tide:  14:42  (5.7m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Saturday 20th October 2018  

We are anticipating a four to six foot swell, super light offshore breezes ands a sky full of sunshine.
A mid teens wave period should allow the paddle out to be more relaxing allowing some time for a breather, while the higher air temperatures should help make it more enjoyable too.
The whole coast should be firing today and there are likely to be better shaped and easier places to surf than here but even so it is going to be a cracker of a day!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

It looks as though we are in for a very nice weekend filled with quality surf and pleasant weather, just what is needed to kick off the school half-term holidays.
With an expected increase in swell size again on Saturday we could just be enjoying four to five feet of smooth and lined up surf all day long, that breeze continuing to whisper from the south east as high pressure takes control of our weather.
Sunday will see only slightly smaller surf but still with those same light offshores and hopefully some more bright sunshine too.
Yep, a gorgeous and surf filled weekend is waiting for us!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!