Surf Report for Monday 14th March 2016

At 6.55 a.m:

Constantine (4*):  3 to 5 feet.




It was close to being a 5 star rating this morning but just knowing that it can get better even than this held me back.
But it is so close to being perfect out there this morning!
There’s a pumping three to four to five feet of smooth rolling swell sweeping into the bay, the wind barely whispering offshore, the hazy sky a milky blue of early, early Spring.
That peak in the middle of the beach is being split by a couple of dawn patrollers getting in some pre-work peelers maybe but looking pretty stoked all the same.
It’s looking good and is almost as good as it gets!



Harlyn (2*):  1 to 2 feet.


There’s a foot or two of fun looking and peaking waves rolling into the bay here this morning, those long waited and infrequent sets being a good bit bigger.
It is probably at its optimum right now, a couple of hours before high tide, early enough that there’s very little breeze, and empty on a Monday morning. So I guess that it might deteriorate as the tide peaks and then drops and the forecast wind freshens up.
The other side is fabulous today and so that is the place to go again but there are little waves here too and they are okay.


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  15:25  (1.3m)              High Tide:  09:04  (7.0m)


Surf Forecast for Tuesday 15th March 2016

Ha!  Tis is an easy one:  Four to five feet, offshore and sunny!


Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

You might need to sit down and relax while reading this forecast for the coming week – maybe a nice cup of tea will lessen the panic attacks too.
Yes, it looks like a surf-filled week with light offshore breezes and clear, sunny skies!
I know, it is impossible.
Three days of clean and peeling, decent and chunky surf, continuing into four, five days and yes a full week of bright and cheerful reeling waves!
Ah well, all those chores can wait, even the Easter deadline can relax – this week is looking pretty exceptional.
Or maybe I’m just over excited following months of onshore, sloppy surf!
So anyway;
Monday should be three to four feet, offshore and sunny, getting bigger later.
Tuesday should be four feet, offshore and sunny, easing off just a little later.
Wednesday should be two feet, offshore and sunny with maybe little more cloud around.
And then a new swell should arrive while the sun sharpens up and the wind almost completely disappears through the back half of the week!
Have a fabulous week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!