Surf Report for Friday 25th July 2014

Constantine (1*):  1 to 2 ft

at 5 .50 a.m.

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It is a glorious morning down on the beach this morning with that massive blue span of sky brilliantly lit by a golden sunrise.
The lightest of light breezes is barely moving the air, two white sails on the horizon almost at a standstill. The surf is small, tiny really but rideable. One to two feet of lazy glass waves are shuffling ashore under a bright summer’s day, beckoning to be ridden, offering a fun glide to a longboard while taunting the shortboarder.
It really is beautiful out there this morning but the surf is small.
Boardshort sessions beckon!

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Harlyn (0*):  Flat

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A beautiful morning is lighting up the bay around here this morning, that still water glinting and glistening in this early morning sunshine.
A stunning place to enjoy an early morning solo swim or a fabulous morning to launch a little SUP session but you’re not going to catch a wave here, not today!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  11:37  (1.7m)            High Tide:  17:36  (6.7m)

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Surf Forecast for Saturday 26th July 2014

The breeze looks like it is probably going to shift to the north, staying only light but making that shift. And that is likely to make the air feel a little fresher.
We are still likely to be enjoying warm, bright and dry weather but maybe we’ll lose that intensity of heat.
The surf is likely to be borderline too, a foot, hopefully/maybe/possibly two. It’s probably best to expect no more than knee high gliders though.
And we are going to have to be right on top of it to even enjoy a fun longboard session in that!

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Surf Conditions for the Weekend

These beautiful and warm, summer days seem to be with us for a while to come!
The summer surf doldrums have set in too though. There’s not much out there in the way of swell making storm action to raise any hope for any real surf anytime soon. There is a fairly high isobar’d low parked in a great position to the south west of us that should keep those ankle slappers sliding our way, it’s just a shame that it’s not deepening any.
The most that we can hope for as this fabulously warm and bright week (yet another in a series of warm and bright weeks) rattles by is that we get more of those localised, small and lazy little summer swells to glide a longboard on.
More and more are grabbing the opportunity to paddle out for brief board short sessions too as the water temperature nudges its way past 19 deg C well on its way to 20 deg C.
So, another fantastic summer week slides by but with only small waves to keep us occupied!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!