Surf Report for Monday 28th September 2015

At 7.00 a.m:

Constantine (3*):  1 to 3 feet



As gorgeous a morning as you’re ever likely to see is dawning over the Seven Bays this morning, that Super Moon loitering over the Reef, reluctant to leave the blood-moon eclipse after-party.
And the surf is majestic too!
The lightest of easterly (offshore) breezes is gently smoothing a pristine two foot swell as it rears and spins off the back of the Reef, long, long left-handers spilling across the bay just off a huge (8m) high tide. Six wave sets are taking their time to arrive, a long travelled, strong little swell, the biggest ones looking good, the smaller still fun.
It is gorgeous, there is surf and the light show is stunning!
Have a great day!



Harlyn (0*):  Flat


It’s almost flat here today with tiny little waves teasingly wedging into the high tide corner.
Otherwise it is a place of beauty, an ideal launch spot for smooth water paddle across some turquoise water.
It’s the other side of the headland for surf today again and it is fabulous over there right now but if you want some space and peace and calmness it is all that and more here this morning!


Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  12:32  (0.4m)              High Tide:  18:25  (8.0m)


Surf Forecast for Tuesday 29th September 2015

Another fabulous day should be waiting for us today with only small, maybe tiny surf available but with bright and sunny skies along with those same light offshore breezes.
Longboard gliding and small fish flying are on the menu today, those one foot waves should be spinning and peeling in the clear sunshine all day long!


Surf Conditions for the Start of the Week

It looks as though we’re in for a beautiful start to this last week of September, the sun set to shine, the breeze comfortably offshore as well as some small but steady swell activity out in the atlantic.
We are likely to be enjoying really small but pleasantly shaped little surf well into the week, the size varying with the tide and those little pulses of swell.
So timing is going to make the difference between getting a fun session or paddling frustratingly in search of those mini ghost waves.
Early Monday morning should be fun just as the tide drops out with long travelled and smoothly lined up swells reeling in, while late afternoon will probably see the best conditions on Tuesday, just ahead of high tide.
And that’s going to be the way of it all week, just picking the optimum times of least wind, shallowest tide and biggest swell pulse. If you get it right it could be fun!
Have a great week, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!