Surf Report for Friday 25th August 2017

at 6.10 a.m:  

Constantine (4*):  3 feet

And it’s another late post following an early opening at the shop and a quick car-fix trip to the wilds of the Cornish countryside.
Worry not though, the surf has been pumping!
Three feet of gorgeously shaped and reeling waves are shimmying onto those half built up sandbars that haven’t quite been kicking yet this summer. With six meters of tidal movement, conditions are inevitably going to be fast changing, those hard breaking and hollow little waves soon fattening out when they hit a deep stretch in the sand.
But right now the sun is shine, the breeze is superlight and almost offshore while three feet or so of deep blue and glistening waves are folding themselves ashore!
Have a good ‘un!

 

Harlyn (1*):  1 foot

A foot or so of glassy and glinting, deep blue and pretty little waves are teasingly rolling onto those pre-high tide banks, standing a little taller than they should just for a moment before zippering across the shoreline.
The other side is the place to be though, it’s real fun over there with clean and pumping surf expected to push through all day long!

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  14:53  (1.0m)              High Tide:  08:32  (7.2m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Holiday Saturday 26th August 2017  

A Bank Holiday Saturday with sunshine and small but surfable and clean waves?
Get outta here!
But yep, that is what we can realistically look forward to! We can expect to be gliding across knee to Maisie-thigh-high, curling and peeling little nuggets under enough sunshine to keep the average british holidaymaker blissfully happy!

Surf Conditions for the August Bank Holiday Weekend

And it’s looking promising for the big one!
The grand finale to this short lived and very mixed surf season (one that might not be remembered when it comes to surf records or weather records) is upon us with the August Bank Holiday weekend threatening to finally deliver some bright sunshine, settled weather and small but fun surf.
A foot or two of fun surf is expected to find its way onto our favourite surf breaks locally, those light breezes adding a little sloppy effect to it all but also providing some fun little ramps for the more nimble to boost their air shows from too!
So a bit of a lazy kind of surf weekend is expected with cleaner conditions early and late each day, that hullabaloo of a bank holiday weekend at the beach entertaining us through the afternoons!
Have a great bank holiday weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!