Surf Report for Saturday 10th March 2018

At 7.10 a.m:  

Constantine (2*):  2 to 3 feet

It’s a breezy but mild one this morning, a little damp around the edges but kind of okay really.
A couple of feet of surf is bouncing through, the odd bigger one being held hollow by the blustery southerly wind. It should improve as the tide moves in, the dunes and headland providing a little shelter from that wind but there are some fun ones out there already.  

And if you are tempted out this way this weekend then it might be worth you dropping in on us!
We have been having a series of successful wetsuit sales over the last few weeks. So successful that we are trying to keep it rolling on!
So as well as a mighty 40% OFF our entire Xcel wetsuit range (except for the 5/4 Axis model which we are offering at only £175 anyway!), for Mother’s Day we are offering all of the ladies’ Patagonia range (wetsuits as well as all clothing, rashvests and summer capsules!) at 40% OFF too!
And if that isn’t exciting enough then we still have a handful of Vissla wetsuits to clear at HALF-PRICE!
Check for sizes by mail or ‘phone before travelling for those though!
And I’m sure that we can conjure up a decent enough discount on anything else that you might want too including a handful of Vissla jackets at HALF-PRICE.
We haven’t forgotten about those surfboards either, although we only have smaller selection of Merrick, …Lost and Pukas boards left, we do have full range of Softech boards in stock just crying out for a knock down price!

 

 

Harlyn (0*):  Flat  

It is absolutely flat at Harlyn this morning with nothing but perfectly formed tiny ripples zipping across the sand.
That might change as the day goes on though. It could just be worth keeping your eyes on it here, especially through this afternoon.   

 

 

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  17:31  (2.8m)              High Tide:  11:01  (5.4m)

 

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Surf Forecast for Sunday 11th March 2018  

Ooh, ooh, ooh!
The forecasts have changed!
That four to five foot, 15 second wave-period swell now looks like it will be driving into a brisk easterly breeze!
Shame about the weather but the surf should be cooking and getting better as the day rolls on!  

Surf Conditions for the Weekend  

I think that we’ll be enjoying a breezy old weekend but with plenty of surf washing our way this weekend.
Those gusting offshore south easterly winds of Friday will only slowly veer to the south and eventually south west by Saturday afternoon.
With a gradually building swell rolling our way, we might just get enough size through Saturday to allow Harlyn to come alive.
And then we should be seeing some strong offshores through Sunday blowing hard against a bigger and still building swell.
Six to eight feet of solid, mid-teens wavelength ground swells will be pouring at the more swell exposed surf breaks, three to four feet at the more sheltered spots. It does look really very promising for some serious surf on Sunday!

And if you are tempted out this weekend then it might be worth you dropping in on us!
We have been having a series of successful wetsuit sales over the last few weeks. So successful that we are trying to keep it rolling on!
So as well as a mighty 40% OFF our entire Xcel wetsuit range (except for the 5/4 Axis model which we are offering at only £175 anyway!), for Mother’s Day we are offering all of the ladies’ Patagonia range (wetsuits as well as all clothing, rashvests and summer capsules!) at 40% OFF too!
And if that isn’t exciting enough then we still have a handful of Vissla wetsuits to clear at HALF-PRICE!
Check for sizes by mail or ‘phone before travelling for those though!
And I’m sure that we can conjure up a decent enough discount on anything else that you might want too including a handful of Vissla jackets at HALF-PRICE.
We haven’t forgotten about those surfboards either, although we only have smaller selection of Merrick, …Lost and Pukas boards left, we do have full range of Softech boards in stock just crying out for a knock down price!

Have a great weekend, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!