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Surf Report for Saturday 21st January 2017 | Constantine Bay Surf Store

At 8.05 a.m:

Constantine (3*):  3 to 4 feet.

Grey skies have returned this morning, it’s still pleasantly calm and the air temperature is just above zero but a very dense blanket of cloud is snuggling from one horizon to the other.
Otherwise the breeze is light and offshore, grooming the three to four feet of curling and peaking, more hesitant surf this morning.
Those swell lines are still pushing into the bay but the tide is right between the bar off the end of the Reef and the one further over to the middle. Give it an hour and it should be fine with smooth and majestic, reeling waves to be ridden!

Harlyn (1*):  1 to 2 feet.

The surf is really small around here again this morning with only a foot or two of ruffled and more crumbly looking little waves washing onto the sand.
The tide has a good way to rise yet and so the surf will probably improve a lot but the other side of the headland is where the main action will be today!

Today’s Tide Times:

Low Tide:  18:19  (2.7m)              High Tide:  11:43  (5.7m)

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Surf Forecast for Sunday 22nd January 2017

That same midteens wave-period and long travelled, three to four feet of swell should continue to roll our way all day long and the wind should continue to breeze gently in but from the south and west today.
That is onshore at our favourite surf breaks, so although the air should be milder, the surf might be a little sloppier.
Hopefully the breeze will stay really light and so shouldn’t affect conditions too much but after the last week of beautiful conditions it might still be a bit of a let down!

Surf Conditions for the Weekend

A solid, if not that big a swell should be rolling our way throughout this weekend.
A mid teens wave-period swell should be throwing a decent three feet plus of smooth and organised, lined up and playful, evenly breaking waves our way all the way through the weekend.
The breezes should continue to blow lightly offshore while that midwinter sunshine is set to sparkle and twinkle into the weekend, maybe being replace by some low level grey cloud through Saturday morning but hopefully brightening by the afternoon and carrying us into most of Sunday.
So we can look forward to a fun weekend of great surf and enjoyable weather conditions!
And we are throwing another POP-UP SALE this weekend with loads off our range of winter (and summer!) wetsuits, along with all sorts of discounts on other stuff throughout the store!
So if you are around this weekend then drop in on us for a chat and maybe grab yourself a bargain!
Have a great weekend wherever you are and whatever you’re doing!