Surf Report for Good Friday, 18th April 2014 at 6.30 a.m.

Constantine (1*):  1 ft

It’s a bright enough start to the day this Good Friday morning, although there are enough of those fluffy clouds loitering in the distance to make you wonder. The forecasts are all showing a mainly sunny day ahead for us though.
The surf is small again, the breeze light and side to offshore drifting gently from the north east. Those little waves do look to be a little more consistent than the last day or two, a little ruffled but no less attractive for that.
So it all looks set to be a pleasant day down in the bays with the promise of some longboard gliding fun in the sun!
Don’t gorget the sunblock!

 

Harlyn (0*):  Flat

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No, it is flat around here again this morning!
It’s a beautiful place to be though, with the sea a glassy reflection of that bright and cheerful sky and the sand a golden ribbon just a couple of hours ahead of high tide. It’s interesting to see the pebbles and small stones that are building up by the stream. I guess that that dune that builds up there is starting to regenerate after Winter’s storms. But at the moment the beach is as flat as the surf, the stream meandering where it wants!

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide: 14:30  (0.9m)         High Tide:  20:23  (7.1m)

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Surf Forecast for Easter Saturday 2014

Not much change is expected today, the swell is likely to continue to be only small, a foot at best but rideable, the breeze light and breezing offshore.  If you can find just the right place at just the right time you should be able to enjoy some more longboard gliding fun!

 

Surf Conditions for the Weekend

High pressure has been in control so far for most of Easter Week providing dry and settled and bright weather with calm winds and blue skies. And we should be able to enjoy a few days more of this early taste of summer yet. 
The swell has eased off, that half decent three foot swell that started the week dropping to a shin to knee-high but solid little fun swell, just powerful enough to get a longboard gliding, maybe even a fish at those certain stages of the tide. 
The wind is forecast to slip offshore staying light, not much more than a breeze, easterly going south easterly as we go into the weekend, gently blowing direct offshore, grooming those tiny, just about rideable waves to perfectly shaped little things.
It should stay bright and cheerful and pleasant enough throughout the weekend to get you scurrying after a longboard!
Have a great Easter, whatever you’re doing!