Surf Report for Friday 25th April 2014

Constantine (3*):  3 to 4 ft

at 6:25 a.m.

It is another fabulous morning with that pale blue canopy overhead, the sea a line drawn turquoise, birdsong whistling along gently and some beautifully shaped waves A-framing behind the Reef.
The surf is a little smaller than this time yesterday but not much and it is looking better for it, compared to yesterday afternoon anyway.
The sets are a little way apart, allowing that paddle time and they are looking very pleasant as they cruise ashore. The middle of the bay is a bit nothingish needing some banks to focus those swells on but the main breaks are looking so good.
Yep, it looks like we are in for another great day of fun surf along with plenty of sunshine!


Harlyn (1*):  1 to 2 ft


It is pretty small around here this morning, a foot or very occasionally almost two of crisp and clean, vertical little waves standing up behind the rock as the tide drops a bit more than halfway out.  I would guess that it should build a little on the turn of the tide, making for some small but fun surf by late morning, maybe a couple of feet plus, or just a bit bigger.
At least it is another option if the other side isn’t appealing to you this morning.  But all of the main surf breaks over the headland should be on fire throughout the day, so that is the place to head for really!
Don’t forget that the HARLYN CLASSIC is on for tomorrow!  With a great forecast for both surf and weather and all the guys home and ready to rock ‘n roll it should be a great day (and night!)!!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  09:18  (1.5m)           High Tide:  15:16  (6.3m)


Surf Forecast for Saturday 26th April 2014

The swell is likely to have rebuilt overnight, a half decent six foot plus swell rolling along the coast by the morning.
And that bodes well for the HARLYN CLASSIC surf contest scheduled to run today.
It looks like everyone should be enjoying a very decent three to four foot plus Harlyn all day long, the weather staying mainly fine and the wind settling to a steady south sou’ westerly.
Yep, it’s all looking good!


Surf Conditions for the Weekend

The winds are forecast to stay relatively light well into the weekend, Friday’s breeze turning to more of a wind and slipping south westerly through Saturday and then more westerly for Sunday.
The three feet of clean surf on Friday should double or close to treble by Saturday, still keeping a double digit wave-period and so maintaining some shape in the wind.
So, a pumping swell with plenty of dry enough and bright weather should provide us with an action packed and very surfy weekend, Harlyn kicking in by Saturday morning with some crunchy sandblasters for everyone!
And rumour has it that the Harlyn Classic might just run on Saturday too! 
 Yep, it’s all looking good for another surf filled and massively fun weekend!
Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!